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... convicts and were very interested to find out more of the story. Port Arthur is a beautiful historical site with large lawns, well preserved old buildings and some ruins from the prison - very different than what was experienced by the men and boys who were sent here. We learned so much but here a few of the memorable points. The first is how young some of the boys were. At that time in England, children aged 7 could be out working trying to make some money ...
Sharon drove all the way and Allan just sat. Poor thing was miserable but as he said he might as well be miserable being driven as being stationary so he was fine. As usual he doesn't complain.
Old Macs farm proved to be an excellent location. We were only 4km from the pool on a 'relatively flat cycle way'. Sharon decided she would do that tomorrow. Our camp site backed onto the lagoon, where the birds ...
... buy $3 umbrellas to give ourselves shade, so so hot. Easy our tour guide negotiate with our rowers not to hassle us with buying, otherwise they were advised there would t be any tips. Scenery spectacular, very relaxing and just what we needed after some very busy days. Amazing the way they rowed their boats with their feet, some together and some alternating. We were all very grateful for our umbrellas.on our return Jenny was asked to be ...
... doing what birds do. It started raining so we waited out the short shower under a bigger leafy tree before walking back to the chairlift. The attendant kindly wiped down the wet chairs for us and we set off down the hill again.
Back at the base station, we wandered along the path to the Alexandra Suspension Bridge and then went to the cafe for coffee and the $10 flathead fish and chips. As we sat there we watched ...
... by now experienced a couple of Motels, but sadly generally in bad circumstances of heatwaves or car breakdowns so this was to be something of a treat.
En-route to Launceston we had set our self a bit of a mission, we discovered part way through our journey through Oz that the Aussies have something of a fixation on making huge resin things at the side of the road for advertising. Our first taste had been the Bowen Mango and from there we were hooked. Our ...