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... it - picked up some flathead this morning and oysters this afternoon. He even offered for us to go to his place and park the van if we wanted to!! He is from Mt Tamborine, and knows Keith Taylor, a former local policeman at Howard. The other fellow was chatting to Bill this morning, and then while we were fishing he dropped by and left a brochure about fishing in Arthur's Lake with some good spots marked on the map. Everyone has been really friendly...it makes the ...
... manly cool and drizzly with scenery much the same as NZ, except the beaches are very white silicon squeaky sand and deep blue green waters. I haven't seen a lot of wildlife although today we did spot a white wallaby in the bush. They are trying very hard to be a tourist destination but outside of Hobart the food, accommodation and service is very colloquial. The tour guides have different winter jobs since it is very ...
... was another John Jones, this one sentenced to seven years for stealing a shirt. At least I nicked a great deal more for my seven years!
This wrapped up our visit to Tasmania. A place I will always remember for the tough driving conditions and the noisy car exhausts. They should really do something about the yahoos that seem to get a kick out of racing around after dark to see how much noise they can make. What else do you do if you are cooped up on an ...
... it was a brisk 7 degrees outside. We stopped near the Tasman Bridge for a quick photo, just as the sun rising. Poor Jan got incredibly confused when we hit Kingston, there was a new road and she thought we were driving through the bush. She kept pointing left and telling us to go right. She’ll need a holiday from the holiday.
We arrived at the ferry terminal at 6.55am and were second in line. The ferry operators were just beginning to set up. It wasn't long before there was ...
... at Dover, plus 2 more stops for Apples (I think its the wrong season for russets). The caravan park is right opposite the beach. It’s a lovely spot and the cabin is basic but roomy and warm. The owners have a pet pug named Piglet, which introduced itself to us as soon we walked into reception (needless to say Georgia now wants a pug instead of a goat or ducks), and a cockatoo named Morgan.
The kids and Stephen went off to explore the beach while I ...