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Got up at 6 am and walked to the bus station next to the
Southern Cross train station to get to the airport for our 8:15 flight to Launceston,
Tasmania. Sat next to an Aussie who grew
up in Tasmania. His mother passed away
so he was heading home from the Snowy Mountains south of Sydney. His brother is head of the Mason County PUD …
Today we got on the bus pretty early and drove to Ritsurin Gardens. The gardens were really beautiful, and there were heaps of koi fish in the lakes. The trees were that really pretty orange and green colour. We went into the place where the tea ceremonies are conducted, and drank green tea while kneeling in the floor. We were given a sweet to counter the bitter taste of the tea. I drank almost all of the tea to be ...
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Im Hostel traf ich dann auf eine völlig wirr gemixte Truppe in meinem Zimmer. Eine Slowakin (aus dem Land hatte ich noch überhaupt keinen getroffen), einen Holländer, einen um die Welt wandernden Aussie aus Perth und einen völlig lustigen Japaner, welcher nach einem Bier betrunken über seine eigenen Beine fiel. Saßen nur in der Runde und haben uns unterhalten. Über total wirre Themen wie fliegen und zum Schluss ...
... which was an easy walk but very picturesque. We walked along the suspension bridge over the gorge and spent a while sitting in the park next to the swimming (which no-one was using as the water was too cold). It was a stunning view and very ...
... goes out to every single person aboard these ships. I learned that the Bob Barker left the harbour a couple of days ago, in pursuit of the ilegal Japanese whaling fleat. May the force be with you; I will support you and volunteer ashore, you are fantastic!
Tasmania, thank you for showing me the way.Cities? No more. Nature is calling!