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... the four corners of the earth and not find a more natural setting, with fresher produce yet there is nobody here to see it.
Sunday morning and again we were out before 8am this time for a yoga class. Yes, you heard right. Rachelle noticed a class going while walking around town the day before. I hadn't done a led yoga class in years so thought I'd give it a go. For the first half hour I think I held my own, then it slowly became a sort of torture. ...
... We did see some beautiful coloured birds. This was probably the most peaceful walk we have done in Tasmania. Jason and I walked in silence for a lot of it just appreciating the sounds, sights, and smells of nature around us. It was a wonderful experience and a lot to take in. Apart from one area of steep steps (239 of them), this walk was quite relaxing.
After our walk we drove back to "Lonnie". We thought we would be taking a certain highway back up ...
... a Boag's just to keep up with Alan and Maurice! The boys joined us there after their tour which they really enjoyed.
Tonight we went to a Thai place for dinner and once again a delicious dinner. I don't think eateries survive down in Tassie unless they are good. We haven't had a bad meal since we got here.
Time to pack up tomorrow and make our way up to Stanley. We are all looking forward to our next stop!
... we are counting down to, is upon us, with or without fanfare, dependant upon the occasion. My recent life has been a case in point, with much to look forward to. Turning 50, or as I have chosen to speak of the event, "Celebrating Half-Way" has been a milestone event. If you were to ask my family they would wholeheartedly agree, groaning such things as "Mum's having a birthday month - the celebrations just keep going." 'All this is how such a momentous occasion should ...
... from another route, was a beautiful park and recreation complex with swimming pools and picnic areas. There was also a 2 person chair lift, which was even slower than Osler Bluff’s “Poplar” chair, which took paying tourists for a ride across the Gorge. We continued our hike across a swinging bridge to the other side and continued back to town on the return route.
Before leaving Canada we had ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Old Bakery Inn Launceston
Loads of historic character in this accommodation. Loved our four poster bed in very large room, with a sheltered verandah too. No view worth looking at but the room itself and the main reception area were full of ambience. A good cooked breakfast was extra but enjoyable. Would be a bit of a walk to the city centre - 10-15 mins maybe. There is nothing in the immediate vicinity of interest. A nice quiet place for a stopover.
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