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On the way home we followed the East Tamar highway, passing winery after winery. Our next destination was City Park in Launceston. In the park there was a glass walled enclosure housing a group of Macaques monkeys. They were a gift to Launceston from their sister city Ikeda City in Japan. We wandered around the park for a little while, Georgia found a giant chess set and re-arranged the pieces so it was ready for the ...
... you melted chocolate) but we did get free stuff and bought a load of cheap chocolate from the shop. The woman was lovely and we learnt a lot of facts about chocolate that we didn't know, here are some; Aussie choc tastes different due to the differences between the cows milk Ireland eats the most Cadburys chocolate in the world Easter egg choc is different from normal chocolate Chocolate goes white on the top when the temperature changes rapidly When we got back I had a ...
Today we went to Cataract Gorge in Launceston with the Bradford family, our friends from Western Australia. It was a hot day, there was a free swimming pool and a lake in the gorge. In the lake it was weird because people had tested how deep it was and they could not find ...
Arrived in Hong Kong after a 13 hours on the plane of which 2 hours was spent sitting on the Tarmac as they had to unload and reload the luggage due to weight distribution problem. Sue and I spent the 2 hours playing yet another game of scrabble while the fellas stood up the back stretching their legs while they had the opportunity. We arrived at 8.45am to blue sky and no wind. We managed to find our way to our ...
... dinner we walked out onto the wharf to look at the lights of the city and enjoy an evening walk on a perfect night. Still no rain and only a slight breeze. Watching some of the younger crowd in their cocktail dresses made me glad for them that it was not cold and raining.
Back to our apartment for a nice rest before heading to Mole Creek in the morning where we planned on spending one night in a wooden cabin overlooking the Great Western Tiers.
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