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... on display including some rather sexually explicit ones too.
The museum itself is cut into the sandstone rock and I thought that the building itself was very interesting.
We drove into Richmond, had lunch in a quaint little teahouse and seen Australia's oldest bridge, built in 1823 and built out of sandstone. We also seen Australia's oldest Catholic Church, built in 1836 and still in use.
All in all we had a great day of sightseeing, well worth the visit.
... surprise we decided on the ferry trip. $35 each. Turned out to be a bonus decision. It was lovely on the water and the ferry operator was so informative and had a passion and a love for the area that he worked and walked in. He knew every plant, the history and the thirty minute trip was fantastic.
Once off the ferry it was a mere 11.5km walk back to where we started. It was a bit of a stroll, for the last 3 kms, the rest ...
... br> Having set up, Mike and I were relaxing beside the van looking at the view...oh I forgot to mention the view we had. Surrounding two sides of the paddock was the Bothwell cemetery. So we were relaxing admiring the” view” and the guy beside us comes over for a chat and explains about the Spin In.
The Spin-In originated in Scotland and has an opening ceremony, competition component, demonstrations, ...
This morning Angela and I have an early breakfast at Banjos, then meet the others in the lobby for an 8.30am start. We drive to Bonorong wildlife reserve and hand feed kangaroos, many with babies in pouches. We also get to pat a Koala, watch a 3 legged encoding and look at Tasmanian Devils from a distance. Apparently their jaw strength ...
... Could spend a lifetime learning about this beautiful culture.
Spent the rest of the afternoon wandering around the Salamanca art/craft stalls, having a coffee, reading my book, and being so tempted to buy so many lovely little things, favourite store called 'SpaceBar' filled with so many beautiful little bits and pieces. Went for a wander up to Battery point, however unfortunately the majority of the little places advised to go to were closed on Mondays ...