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... I got to play the koto, the Japanese version of pin the tail on the donkey where you have to make a face, and I tried to use the kendama. In the senior school, we introduced ourselves then sat with groups of four students and asked each other questions in Japanese and English. We gave out chocolates and key rings. Back at the bank, we waited for a little while and then Mrs Host came to pick me up. We drove to the ...
... in and out of shops. One crafty/handmade shop I chatted to the owner for over half an hour as I loved the shop and then as I left she gave me a hug and a goody bag and wished me luck with my travels!!! I got a chocolate melt block to add to hot milk (yum), lip balm and soap which were all hand made in the local area. I headed to the supermarket to grab something for dinner an ...
We arrive at Launceston Airport where we are greeted by Wayne and his son Jesse. We also meet Tracy and Greg who have travelled down from Brisbane to do the trip with us.
We also meet Spike - our bus "steerer". Apparently there is a difference between a driver and a steerer - but I am still unclear about the distiction.
We all pile aboard the bus for the 2.5 hour trip to Cradle ...
... while aware that this unsealed gravel road was voiding our insurance, we were determined. The final sign.. 'Liffey Falls 4kms'. Excellent we thought. 200 meters further, and the second sign decided our fate... ‘Steep narrow decline. Only short wheel vehicles permitted. We had been robbed. We had voided our insurance, killed an innocent Kookaburra, and wasted an hour and a half of fuel and time and for what? Nothing. We were shattered. Instantly we ...
... It had turned out to be a full day after all and we had not left camp.
Day 206 W 7/12 Finns Bay Campground at Cockle Bay (the most southern drivable point in Tasmania)
The morning was beautiful, sunny and not too much wind and quite warm to boot. Late yesterday the weather turned and it became bitingly cold and the wind just seemed to slice right through you. This is one of the reasons we chose not to move much from camp yesterday other than the break-ins that ...
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