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... Devils were dead along the road. No live ones yet! I guess that really counts as a Wilddead day doesn't it.
Upon our arrival at the hotel there were lots of young people, mostly girls, looking a lot like dancers, milling about on the forecourt. Paula asked and sure enough, they were attending a dance competition for a full week at the theatre next door. This is the start of the two week spring break on Tasmania,
... to the children. Each mother looked after up to 10 children with up to 234 children. A strong philosphy of the orphanage was to give the children a good education. 30% of children go to university. They are supported up to the age of 26 physically and mentally for life. Children return to the orphanage to be married. After the orphanage we were dropped off at our hotel Golden Silk Boutique Hotel ...
... The kangaroos were definitely a highlight. I watched another feeding as well. This one was for the koalas and wombats. I got to both of these animals as well. I am slowly getting closer to holding a koala! I
loved getting to see the animals so closely.
To end the weekend, I drove to Leven canyon for a short walk and some stunning views. It didn’t disappoint in the views department! Tasmania continues to impress!
... same CD and another bowl of muesli later we were ready to climb another Mountain. On our travels we saw a snake, a wombat, lizards and loads of birds. We also saw Chinese people who always climb mountains with massive cameras, wearing totally inappropriate clothes and footwear going off route. No wonder they're always almost dying on Bondi Beach rescue. A hop, skip and step up and past Crater lake, Dove lake, Wombat pool (not made up) and we had a date with Marion at her ...
... home, people of every age arriving in at 10pm drunk as skunks and falling all over the place.
We got up pretty much while people were staggering out of the pub, and we hit the road to head up to the top of Tasmania's biggest mountain - Cradle Mountain.
We had booked into this amazing log cabin, half way up the mountain with hundreds of trails and treks all around the ...