Graham Court Apartments
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... her in a few photos along the way and yes, she is that gorgeous woman you see who most likely has her hand wrapped around a fruity cocktail while sitting by the pool.
Chelsea is our daughter and has recently turned 5. Chelsea has the most contagious energy and a smile to match. She enjoys arts and crafts and loves animals.
We all love to eat and meals times are special. We ...
... today being Tuesday!) which was unlucky. (Note to self, do more research on places your visiting, missed the market now these little stores). Wandered back spotting that the Irish bar has 'open mic' night (obviously popping back for some evening entertainment) before it got too dark and cold as the evening came though.
I wish I had planned a night or two longer for this city, or have the opportunity to visit again in the summer months to see how it transforms ...
... with as well. People in Tasmania just seem to be extra friendly people. The other physio and I are staying in a house with two other people, and they are so much fun to be around. We have the best chats every night.
In between all the regular stuff, I did have a chance to explore a bit. I went off to a place called Boat Harbour which is one of the nicest beaches in Tasmania. It was too cold ...
... and before us lay a valley full of vegetable farms and fruit orchards. When we arrived at Richmond we were getting a bit weary so we just stopped briefly at a stone church with a tower and then drove to the famous 1825 Richmond Bridge built by convicts during the early years. The car parking area was full so Margaret got out to take a photo while Mike went up the road to turn the car around.
From Richmond the road took us through Sorell and then we were ...
Tasmania you have blown my mind. Anyone that travels to Australia and misses out this little gem is missing so much. Whilst it was cold, wet, windy and stormy it is still one of the most natural, beautiful places I have ever been. The rugged coast, the amazing wildlife and the beautiful people just make Tassie such a special little spot and one that I would love to see again as 3 weeks was just not enough time!!
Back on the mainland… next stop ...