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Q: Why did the Echidna cross the road?A: seeking shade beneath our car. More later.
Sunday morning brought a cloudless, windless sky and a blue millpond Strahan harbour, which warranted more photos. We set off for Zeehan in company of 3 4WD cars containing most of the audience (and one of M’s fellow participants) in yesterday …
- Packed everything up all set for flights back tomorrow (condensing into the kids bags the remaining required stuff).
- Drove down to Launceston to Cataract Gorge. Great location and walked around the gorge, to the lookout and across the suspension bridge (except mummy who was not so keen). Also saw plenty of Peacock's and a Wallaby.
- Played on playground for a bit, before daddy and Makayla caught the chair lift across ...
Arrived at 4.30pm after very flight of 14 hour flight from Melbourne to Dubai and 4 hour flight from Dubai to Instanbul. Emirates airline had great leg room, good movies and just okay food. Our hotel The Crowne Plaza was located in the new city of Istanbul. After a shower and change of clothes ...
We all got up early this morning and went for a 4 hour walk around Cradle Mountain which was UNBELIEVABLE. Such a stunning natural wonder. After lunch in the cafe we piled in. The car and drove to Launceston, stopping at a place called Sheffield on the way to buy some car snacks and have a little wonder. The hostel we stayed at in Launceston was so nice! They made us mulled wine on arrival and we all watched the sunset on the roof balcony and went for a really good final meal ...
... except the one in the pacamac and rain hat following me. The Cassowary was a very strange bird. There were 2 in the cage and they immediately came right up to the fence when you got near them. Their feet and beaks are huge and could do some serious damage. I felt as if they were enticing you to get near so that they could make a dive through the wire and grab your bits. I kept my bits well protected but ...