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... that is spreading through the population and has killed over 80% in the last 15 years. The locals are desperately taking them into captivity to be reintroduced once the cancer (which has no cure) is gone. We meandered round some of the small towns around Launceston before flying to Sydney and onward to New Zealand. Our trip is now half way through with Europe, Asia and Australia done. The last 8 months has been amazing, we can only imagine what the next 8 will ...
... minutes running back and forth outside the terminal trying to figure out how I get to the next terminal and in the end I jumped in a taxi and arrived at Jetstar with just less than 20 minutes until my flight left. I talked my way to the front of the line and made a very sincere/begging request to pretty pretty please let me still check in. Turns out the missing luggage was a help and they let me check in as long as I ran to the gate. Again, I talked my way to the front of ...
Off to Tassie today after madly packing after we got back from Hawks Nest Beachmission the afternoon before.
8am Jetstar flight was slightly delayed but flight was uneventful.
Got a taxi to motorhome hire place and then waited almost two hours for them to have the van ready.
Off to Richmond for pies and a look at the oldest bridge in Australia (1823) and then to ...
... way. It is a custom built museum to home the private art collection of a rich Hobart man. It has been carved into the Tasmanian stone with a big glass lift and 3 floors of art, not just pictures. Our heart rate made the display in Pulse Room with hundreds of light bulbs. Then there were films, furniture, Egyptian artefacts and so much more. Some of it was inspirational and great but some ...
Normal morning routine after getting out of bunk. As I've had practically no time off since joining other than getting ships supplies/ drug dealing or trying to get Internet, I decided that I'd have some time off. It was surprisingly hard initially just to walk away from every thing - I just had to keep telling myself that it would all still be there to do when I got back. I went off initially to join the ...
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