Graham Court Apartments
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... a full day, dry if not very warm, doing the Tasman Peninsula which we are very conveniently situated for here in Sorell. Tassie has more scenery per square mile than anywhere we have been so far. It is sort of Lake District on sea with eucalyptus (as well as quite a lot of imported European trees, of which the pink hawthorn seems to have thrived particularly well). It being spring here of course a lot of things are floweing.
To get to the peninsula you cross the ...
... women were buried. The children were issued with passports with a map, questions to answer and stamps to collect so we got into the spirit of this unique educational activity and walked around the entire site, driving home at nightfall. Neither Laurie nor I had ever heard of Port Arthur prior to the tragic deaths of 35 people at the hands of Martin Bryant almost 20 years ago. That's pretty embarrassing, but I'm sure we're not the only ones who knew so little of ...
... and by googles reckoning, that was our best chance to get good weather. However this was Tasmania...and no weather is ever certain here. Tasmania actually reminds me of a Scottish/New Zealand love child. There's the rugged mountains and deep lakes, then it's crossed with dense forest land and beautiful pristine beaches. Every turn in the road offers you a new and completely diverse view or landscape. One day we went from the west to the east coast and we drove through everything ...
... And don't ask us if we have cable-cars that go up mountains..if you want to get to the top of our mountains...then climb the bloody things!...And another thing mate don't refer to mainland Australia being the mainland"...with his finger firmly pointing to the ground he said, "THIS is the mainland". I would imagine this new-found knowledge allowed me to cope with the long winding narrow roads on my trip up the east coast. "That 'ol bloke might have been right", I ...
... night we arrived at the Cradle Mountain tourist park under clear blue skies and enjoyed a delicious pork chop and berry cobbler dinner to celebrate Valentine's Day. Things were looking great for our morning hike in the park! Needless to say, the clear skies did not last long... That night we were woken up to the sound of our campervan awning sounding like it was going to be ripped off by the wind. Fortunately, by morning things had calmed down, but we still ...