Travel Blogs from Launceston
... exclusively makes sparkling wine, Jansz. Next, we went to Delamere, which had a fantastic conviviality to it, and we talked a lot with the server and fellow tasters, a gregarious group of middle-aged Australians who appeared to greatly enjoy their wine.
We did another tasting at Bay of Fires, where we bought a bottle of a very dry, non-sweet Riesling, and enjoyed a glass of it out on the deck overlooking the vineyards along with some cheese ...
... needed or had a car nice house etc. I didn't need this I was happy to life a simple and peaceful life without the necessary needs of well DEBt. Travelling and immersing myself in my different activities cultures experiences has made me almost seem as an outcast from the majority. The activities my friends like doing which I also used to do like going out for a steak few beers etc now didn't interest me for a few reasons. one the cost now. I appreciate money and I know ...
... off at the bridge over the river where the spectacular cliff views were and quickly grabbed some photos - I say quickly as it was almost on a bend and we couldn't see what was coming. We had parked safely off the bridge on the side of the road in a little bay but had to walk out onto the bridge that had no path so we wanted to be able to get off the bridge quickly if a car approached.
We got to the whart in plenty of time to board our cruise as the previous ...
... So n our excitement we called the girls and although we because we did the maths and it was about 6.30 am but thinking they would be up to go to work or if not up it wouldn't matter if we did wake them BUT when we were met with very sleepy voices we realized that it was in fact Saturday . OOPS ! Oh well they didn't seem to mind too much and it was great hearing their voices .So tales told, excitement shared, their health and happiness discussed , we told them of our ...
... in the area.
The Pub in the Paddock – As the name suggests, it’s a pub in the middle of nowhere and most grey nomads have heard of it. It was built back in the 1800’s and the family who owned it were farmers, but two of their sons were not keen on farming so they turned it into the local watering hole. It is up for sale at a cost of $800,000 (this includes 7 acres of land, a river that apparently has trout in it, and ...
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