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... any more. Mike reckons he had the best coffee in Melbourne so far. Made our way back to the van to pack up the tent and van to move it to our storage site at the same caravan park. ILLEGALLY we slept in the van on the storage site with no power or water as we did not want to move the van at 5 am before leaving for the airport. Early to bed but very little sleep to be had, due to high winds, rain and a little
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... leave. However...back to our trip! After parting ways with our new friend, we played some pool, where the girls were determined to learn. Sabri and Margi especially were novices at the game, however are improving with every shot. I truly believe them when they say they will beat me and Lee when we come to Italy. Then we turned in for the night at our overnight amount site of the local golf club. Our next day was spent mostly travelling, with a brief stop at Nelson Falls. A waterfall ...
... the soil isn't capable of growing grass! This is one stop we would have skipped if we were to do the trip over again. The next morning we packed up our campervan and made the 5 hour drive back to Hobart. As soon as we escaped the Queenstown valley, we were thrust back into the beautiful side of Tasmania. The only thing we missed out on was seeing a Tasmanian devil! With its natural wonders and rural lifestyle, Tasmania has taken the lead as our favorite Australian adventure so ...
... up the tent, tootled to the nearest Coles for some shopping, came back, and Lotte ran around the whole site whilst I cooked dinner and Marc got a fire going. All in all a great evening. Marc basically fell in love with his fire (best fire of the trip so far) so he stayed up late enjoying it after I had gone to bed (Lotte had awoken, perhaps from the cold, and required my presence).
Distance traveled today: 133 km
Total distance travelled: 13722 ...
... is a privately funded museum that has antiques and modern and contemporary art on display. I guess I was never cultured enough to appreciate or understand modern art. It was interesting and I spent several hours looking. But most of the exhibits didn't make sense to me. I heard others say the same thing. I took some photos of some of the things I did understand, though.
Just 14 miles outside of Hobart, there is a mountain peak that is ...