Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston
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... before nightfall of course, to suss out real estate.
Friday and we wanted to walk to the gorge which was apparently a brisk 20 minute walk away. It didn't look too far away on the map but it was all uphill and a good workout for us all. We walked past a house one of our friend's lived in (hello Danielle) and took a photo of what it looks like now and texted it to her. We loved Cataract Gorge and can't believe something so beautiful is right in the heart ...
... to smell the different scents…. but boy did it make me laugh. We have included a picture of them.
Doug – One of the places we knew we wanted to visit while in Tasmania was Port Arthur. This is one of the male prisons where criminals from all over the British Empire were sent between 1830 and 1877. The women were sent to one of several "female factories" (prison labour camps) on Tasmania. We had heard that many Australians were descendents ...
Today we slept in till 8.55am. Goodness gracious we were tired. Sometimes you need to chill out and Tassie is a perfect place to do that. We couldn't believe the time. Had a great and relaxed morning leaving our campsite at just after 11am.
However not before there was another disagreement at the water tap. This time a Fifth Wheeler and squashed in ...
... our accommodation, but we are leaving a few nights up to chance. When I have done our (rough) weekly route I have included what stops we have booked. After a few interruptions (thanks Charlotte!) it is now 11:35pm and I'm still no closer to having everything packed! Fingers crossed for a relatively smooth morning so I can get packing then! EDITED: uploaded this morning after Internet ...
... they’ve all moved to Tasmania. They are everywhere! Here we picked up yet another furry critter, this time a platypus. Then it was back to the apple shed which was now open, a quick refill and back on the road to Hobart.
We arrived at the factory right on 10.30, picked up our tickets and waited for the tour to begin. "Her Story" was described as part history lesson part roaming theatre show. And they were spot on. It was so engrossing it ...