Lighthouse Hotel Ulverstone
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... 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 ...
... Reef. If we can leave in September this would also benefit us to go away for a little bit as we would start our 2nd visa from when we renter Australia. So if we go away for a month and get our visa granted when out of Australia then we could come back in October to Oz and have a full year from then. So kind if gives us a but longer in Australia next year. S tomorrow I fly from Launceston Tasmania to Melbourne then to Malaysia and then ...
... across from the dock. We picked up our car around 7 pm and knew it would bef dark before we reached our cabin at Cradle Mountain National Park in the central part of Tasmania.
It took about two hours to reach the park and we had instructions to pick up our cabin key at the ranger station. Found the ranger station but the key was locked in a Lock box and we had no idea where to find the combination.
By this time, it was totally dark and very ...
... in the area during the snow season with their thick fur to keep them warm and sharp claws to dig through the snow to find food.
The area became a National Park in 1910 when Austrian born Gustav Weindorfer and his wife came to the area on honeymoon and climbed the Cradle Mountain. At the summit they were so enthralled by what they saw before them, that Gustav proclaimed 'This must be a National Park for the people for all time. It is magnificent and people must ...
Well today my amazing trip comes to an end as I arrive back in Devonport. It is an easy flight across Bass Strait and my plane arrives on time. I am so excited to see Tom and Meg and am holding back the tears as we land. I feel like sprinting across the tarmac but force myself to be refrain. When I walk into the terminal I am greeted by the most amazing surprise - a WELCOME HOME MUM banner! The tears are streaming down my face and the hugs ...