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... br> Lake Barrington is a man made Hydro Tasmanian lake formed in 1969, is 20 kms long and 30 metres deep and very popular for water sports. Lake Barrington is best known for its 2,000 metre, eight line international rowing course.
This is such a beautiful area and it is very easy to see why, as a local told us, it is ...
... based red wine not only of excellent quality but one of the most ancient in Italy, mentioned by name in 709 CE. On the way to our lunch spot we called into the Sant'Antimo Abbey in Montalcino where we watched the Monks undertaking their traditional chanting. Lunch was at the Poggio Il Casttellare winery, Montalcino, where a traditional lunch of local products all grown on the property was served, with of course wine for each course, all very nice. We ...
So I am very excited to be on the day before I fly home. Tomorrow I will start my 27 hour journey back to the UK. I will be leaving Tasmania where I have been for 8 months now. It's has been a truly wonderful experience here and have made friends for life. I have worked with picking strawberries, assisting on the farm, picking raspberries and checking quailty to peeling and cutting onions! Yes I did just say onions and it is as horrible as it ...
... off to The Honey Farm at Chudleigh. It was jam packed with people. There were
shelves filled with different varieties of honey, including honey flavours I had never seen done before – creamed honey with caramel and raspberry. It also had medical honey and honey based beauty products. I had researched this place on the internet, I wanted to buy some apple cider honey vinegar. Its supposedly helps boost your immune system, something I thing I ...
... was out of the car hugging the big penguin.
Back on the Bass Highway it wasn’t long before we found Burnie. A quick look around town and we went off to find our accommodation. The cabin was very basic, but it had a shower and a bed. It also had a heated pool, so the first thing Georgia unpacked was her swimmers. After a swim we headed back into Burnie for some groceries and dinner. Then back to the cabin for (hopefully) a good nights ...