Lighthouse Hotel Ulverstone
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We've got 2 weeks left to get organised. I've got a hundred lists of things to do, last minute shopping and our back packs have been spread out waiting for the 'practice pack and weigh in' since 2 weeks ago. But it will happen this weekend and I intend to post a photo to prove it. Our visas are ...
... four but I managed to get a pair of jeans and a lovely top cheap. Next we found a second hand/antique shop which was excellent and yes got a few cheap purchases there. I am desperately running out of space to put things in the van now. Might have to start filling the car next.....
Quiet night, dinner was rissoles that had defrosted with mash spud and baked beans followed by defrosted apple pie and custard. Thank goodness we did not lose any food ...
... even less. Not having any internet last night we didn't know of anywhere in particular to stay so we just followed the GPS to a row of mediocre motels near the heart of town. They all looked fairly similar so, since we only have one night here we just picked one and checked in. The main attraction here is Cataract gorge which is right at the edge of the city. We went there as soon as we had settled in the motel and proceeded to take the chairlift across the park. ...
... Rugged mountain tops, ancient temperate rain forest trees, hummocky grasses, white flowering bushes even orchids (I think). And of course there were waterfalls, two of them. Then the wildlife, well it was daylight and most of the indigenous stuff was not too obvious, except for a few birds and a lone kangaroo. We took a second path that took in Lake Lilla, and a button grass region and a stream edged with spiky ...
... too. If we can save enough money we would like to go to Asia Thailand for a month in September when our first visa runs out. Just to have a break and explore as I have never been there and we would like to try to do our PADI open water diving certificate as its really cheap to do in Asia. This will then qualify us to dive up to 30 metres. We would like to do this in September to use next year when we travel up the east coast and visit the ...