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TravelPod Member ReviewsEdgewater Devonport
We liked the convenience of having accommodation close to the airport. Restaurant onsite was good with friendly staff. Rooms are clean and comfortable. We were in a waterfront room and it was nice to watch the Spirit of Tasmania come and go right past our room.
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After mostly clear skies all day, we found the clouds getting thicker as we approached the Tasmanian coast and once landed, we saw there had been quite a bit of rain around. .....but thankfully, it wasn't raining now.
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... went to deck 8 where our recliner seats where. The seats were big and comfortable and even came with a blanket and pillow and reclined most of the way back. The ferry wasn't leaving until 7:30pm so we went to one of the bars to get a look out over the city and wait to depart. Once the cruise liner in front of us left we departed and started our 11 hour journey. We stayed in the bar for awhile playing ...
... they sourced elsewhere but their throws and alpaca products were lovely.
We headed further south to Liffey Falls. A thirty minute walk – not too hard – to the top of the falls. They are quite impressive, but we then continued for another much tougher twenty minutes to the bottom. And it was worth it, the falls are excellent. We stayed a little while and enjoyed the ambience before struggling back uphill to the car. Our calves suffered the next ...
Headed west through Chudleigh, Tasmania's Village of Roses, along a beautiful valley between the Great Western Tiers and the Gog Range to Mole Creek. Here we saw Mt Roland (location of a recent marriage dispute??) starkly rising in front. Took a tour of
Marakoopa Cave into the lower chamber with its ...
... the cars so it's just the utility bills, insurances, rego, rates and general maintenance costs. These expenses run to approx. $150 per week. Although some of our travelling will be funded by savings the remainder will be funded by drawing on our home loan and the occasional work we are able to pick up. Ultimately by the end of this year we will have a small debt against the house. It’s a risk so we’ll just to see what happens as Ritchie (my ...