Balmoral on York
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... at Hobart (it had overshot its turntable).
The road over to Cradle Mountain had been recently re-engineered and we made fast progress. Cradle Mountain is the Peak District of Tassie and they limit traffic by using a shuttle bus. I had premonitions that this might be an issue with our limited available time, and was right. We did the recommended thing and awaited the shuttle, only to find after 15 minutes’ wait that a tour group of Japanese more than filled ...
... Bridge which links the 2 continents of Europe and Asia. We felt safe and people were polite and didn't hassle us if we said no thanks. Stopped for drink and ice cream only before catching big bus back to Taxsim Square and navigating our way back to the hotel. Arrive back around 3.30pm meeting up with Vicki and Kim for a few well earned drinks and dinner at hotel before meeting our tour guide and group at 8pm for a briefing. Night was capped off with bedtime drinks of Drambuie and ...
... chowder we've ever had, along with hot rolls and cappuccino, a meal fit for a king! We were delighted, and most appreciative!! With full tummies we started the long drive back to Lonnie, taking the faster highway route, enjoying the lovely sunset along the way...no dinner necessary, thanks to Stefan and his chowder! A great way to end our time in Launceston! ...
... who lives under one of the permanent caravans. We were sitting having a cuppa and he walked straight through our feet and out the other side. I think we must have set up camp in the middle of his route. Only five minutes after him a rather large possum walks in. Looks like we better put away all our gear tonight.
... We have visited the top favourite attraction of the stunning Cataract Gorge. It is quite close to our hotel, and is accessed over King's Bridge, which is all ornate metal girders and dates from 1864. As we looked down from it, into the Tamar River and spotted the fins of 3 seals. They were each lying tipped over almost onto their backs in the water apparently sunning themselves! Every now and again a nose would appear above water as they breathed. Most odd, and they hardly ...