Comfort Inn Sunrise
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... canisters from camping stoves etc. We gave ours in and they gave us a receipt to collect it on the other side. They then asked us to open the boot and our cooler box to check if we had any fruit, vegetables as your not permitted to take them into Tasmania. After the inspection we drove around to the front of the boat where we were given our tickets and drove up a steep ramp onto deck 7. We parked the ...
... a really interesting idea that sets the town apart from others.
We ended up in Deloraine for lunch – mixed sandwiches sitting on a park bench…. Another lovely town; very pretty with some beautiful old buildings. We called in to the Alpaca shop to see what they were selling (to try to get some ideas for Dawn’s alpacas). There are three breeders in the district that have banded together to present their products. They had some ...
... two (yes two) bedrooms and a fantastic view across the city and the Tamar River valley. We were planning a trip into Launceston tommorrow to replace some of our clothes, which have been shredded by over 9 months on the road, but I don't think I can face all that one way traffic; better idea is to head north up the Tamar Valley toward Beauty Point, where they have platypus, echidnas (large chubby hedgehogs) and the World's only seahorse farm! This sounds much more like it.
Our decision to take a gap year was in July 2014 while we were travelling around Indonesia. The original idea was to take a year off from work and spend it in Indonesia where it was cheap. The idea developed from that initial thought to just taking a year off, travel and see what unfolds. Our budget for the year is about $500 per week not including any expenses associated with running our house and the cars. Luckily; we own the house, have no credit cards or ...
... and there. Altogether a great morning.
We then drove out of Hobart after a petrol stop, and stopped for lunch in the charming town of Bothwell. If the playground and picnic area weren't lovely enough, it also boasted the Southern Hemisphere's oldest golf course and obligatory golf museum. Marc went into the museum and the curator lady told him all about it, the golf course has the holes in their original ...