Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston
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... left herself a bit exposed. Then there was the Tawny Frogmouth. How weird are they and I've never seen one anywhere before. I must write to David Attenborough when I get back and tell him about them. The highlight was of course the Tasmania Devil. We finally got to see one that had not been in a fight with a Toyota Celica. The Wombat of course remains one of our favourites and I can picture Chris ...
... resulted in a long climb and an even longer twisty descent. It was more like the Amalfi Coast than the middle of Tassie.
The scenery was quite amazing with nothing but rocks, trees, and shrub for miles and miles. Can't imagine how they built the roads through but it gives a clue as to why there are large areas of Tassie that are still an inpenetrable wilderness.
Got to Launceston about 1pm. Best ...
... mooch around the displays at the Centre and then set off on the Enchanted Walk. It was a lovely, mostly board walked track and Lotte apparently had enough energy left to walk/run large bits of it despite all the earlier climbing and the lack of nap.
She dozed off immediately back in the car and we drove for several hours to Launceston with her at full snooze. We arrived around six at the local Big4, which seemed ...
... about our forthcoming trips. Our first leaves on November 15th for New Zealand. It's not such a big deal and we don't have to think too much about it. However, we also have a serious cruise leaving on February 21st. On this visit to Wollongong we brought a bag with the formal clothes we will need. I also went mad yesterday and bought an ivory dinner jacket and a selection of formal shirts. It's four months away and we intend to be ...
We all met in the restaurant for a delicious buffet breakfast over looking the pool and sea, lots of choices. Penny and Jenny headed off on the final leg of tour tour to My Son, while the rest of us decided to sort out our cloth orders and then have a look around the town before heading back for a relaxing afternoon swim. We piled in the taxi at 10.30 and headed into the town centre to visit Yally, armed ...