Lighthouse Hotel Ulverstone
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... the day... Yummy and yes we came home with a bag full.....
We then called in at Devonport as Dave wanted to know which boat we were going back on to the mainland. We came across on the Spirit of Tasmania 2 and discovered we would be going back on the same one. Dave said that was good as he knew it could handle the trip.
We also discovered a Antiques Emporium..... It was room after room and we ended up getting kicked out as they wanted to close. We didn't ...
Sadly we had to leave Cradle mountain today. The sun was shining again and the weather was starting to warm up. I think the cool weather we had yesterday was the perfect hiking weather though as we were sweating enough then without the sun. We drove through the changing landscape again today which varied from pasture land dotted with dairy cows and then alternating rainforest and pine and eucalyptus plantations. We headed to the coast and stopped briefly at Wynyard ...
... muddy at times, well it would be, we understand the annual rainfall for this region approaches 3m! However it passes through some fantastic temperate rainforest, with tree ferns galore. Once at the waterfall a small problem was apparent - the main viewing was from a narrow suspension bridge, swinging about 50m above the gorge. Just 2 people allowed at any one time, and one of them was not going to be me! However at the side of this was my salvation, ...
... for me. Thanks! BBQ farewell tea at the parents, with grandparents and brothers and sisters. So full I can't walk let alone run. Thanks everyone for the presents and well wishes. Home for last minute rush jobs and more visits with family and friends. Finally bed, where have u been, oh so tired, I'm going to miss you, sleep time. New York ...
... that boat as we both had the shittiest sleep.....we were very tired.
We had some Maccas for breakfast and then decided we would head towards Launceston and down along the East Coast.
We have discovered that Tasmania is the state of dead stuff - whether it being possum, quoll or wallaby. Every 20kms there was something dead!!! Unbelievable!! :-)
There wasn't too much to see in Launceston, but we did check out the Cataract Gorge. ...