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I lay in bed one week before embarking on my next adventure, my next goal, the next chapter in my book. I have been back in Australia for over a year now after spending 4 years travelling across this inspirational and exciting world. Ever since I can remember I wanted to travel the world it's been my dream since I was very young. I have travelled throughout Europe Africa Middle East and Asia and the memories and experiences have been life changing. Coming back to Australia this ...
... view around too. The weather has been so changeable today, so by the time we pull into Launceston late afternoon it’s actually quite warm and sunny. We check-in to our studio for the night – and it appears we’ve inadvertently booked into some sort of holiday park, which is not ideal given it’s the school holidays! The place seems clean though, and there’s actually a few rabbits and game ...
... once again taking care not to slip. We noticed a JK Jeep parked up at one of the resort units and Wayne had to grab a photo as we hadn't see many jeeps during our trip thus far. Back onto the shuttle to start our descent down Jacobs Ladder. The change in temperature, visibilty and weather was so vastly different even just travelling the 15 - 20 minutes back down to the car park. We were the only ones on the bus but we didn't want to distract the driver by talking ...
... rich soil but ALS tulips do not grow in cold temps so no blooms of colours for us. The next paddock we came across was full of fallow deer, who were very nosy and almost all off them stopped eating or playing to stop and stare at us , like really really staring . Two of them were male and had strong looking antlers and were in a separate paddock to each other . Once the car started up they just got on with eating it was such a funny sight ! There was quite a Myriad of farming ...
... at Ringarooma (the name gives you a clue). Thankfully, on my part, it was not as bad as we had anticipated. Yes it was a long way up and the road was rocky and narrow and in parts you could drop of the side and never be seen again (can’t understand why that is always on my side of the car!!), but we have been on a lot worse during our travels. The view from Ralph Falls was certainly worth the trip and the countryside and farmland is just ...
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