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... total for the week was 903kms - avg per day 129.5kms)
Total Climbing 1354m (total for the week was 11,220 - avg per day was 1602))
Avg Speed 23.6kmh
Max Speed 59.0kmh
Max Alt 455mtrs
Min Sea Level mtrs
Min temp - 11.9 degrees C (at the summit of our ride)
Max temp - 17 degrees C (when we left at 8am this morning)
Avg temp - 14 degrees
Starting weight - 85.3kg
Finishing weight - 85.1kg
... the owner has his own brewery on site. One could almost see a cunning ploy at work here. ****** but we'd highly recommend not bothering with the tourist drive route. You'll end up doing a lot of driving, for not much reward. Just base yourselves in Hobart and hit the major attractions from there. N.B. my apologies: I have pulled a complete David and gone a little overboard with my use of footnotes. ....does this count as a ...
... peacocks and their babies as well as numerous wallabies.
Elephant Pancakes: Elephant Pancakes is located in Elephant Pass on the way to the east coast of Tasmania. It is a very cute little place and has a wide range of savoury and dessert pancakes.
Bicheno: Bicheno is home to little fairy penguins, big smooth rocks and gorgeous beaches. We stopped there on the way ...
... set up and I was really struggling. The morning of the wedding, when we had appointments for hair and make up etc, my whole body hurt and I had a terrible headache. I spent the entire day saying to Whelan, i’m sure its the flu but it could be malaria. Of course I had left my malaria meds in Hobart so I had some nurofen and hoped this ‘flu’ would pass. The wedding was beautiful, the bride looked stunning and the groom very dashing. I had my best ...
... to watch 3 novice skullers launch their craft and set off across the windswept Huon River for a training row. We were surprised to see a large number of varying types of rowing shells in the clubhouse. It looks like rowing is still very popular in Franklin. Shortly afterwards, we had a couple of groups in tents erect on the river side of the dirt track that runs in front of our van. It seems they are cherry-pickers and they stayed here last year ...