Quality Hotel Gateway Devonport Tasmania
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... breeze. Set up camp discovering we left our tent pegs at home lucky dad had some aldi pegs. Took us an hour to set up. Had a coffee whilst relaxing watching the ocean & a family of plovers. Chicks were cute. We headed an hour away to Beaconsfield Mine. Beautiful country on our way there. Plenty of newborn lambs, calves and even alpacas. The mine was very interesting a replica of where Todd & Brant were trapped in a tiny space for 14 days ...
... could play in front of George and Grace, and with some adult legs at either end of the row, we could keep him with us.
A 14.5 hour flight, during our normal daytime hours, meant that it was very difficult for George and Grace to sleep. They managed to sleep only on our decent into LA, for about 30 minutes!
People had warned us that LA airport, immigration and customs would be a series of long queues, monitored by terse ...
... to be incredible, and not as scary as she thought climbing at such a height. It was also really interesting as the tour guide told lost of stories related to the bridge and harbour, past and present. Katie spent her afternoon wandering around Paddy's Market looking for souvenirs.
The Vivid Festival had started the day before so we booked to go on an evening cruise. The Vivid Festival is based on light displays and projections all around the city and on Darling and ...
... nice to find good restaurants where we can go if we do decide to head out.
The Friday of the following week was G's birthday, so B surprised her with an overnight stay in Healesville (near the Yarra valley). B got home from work at 5, and then we packed up the car and headed out. It took us about 90 minutes to get to Healesville, and then we checked into our motel and had a bit of a look around. There's not actually that much to see in the area though, so we ...
... Targa the toilet block was approx. 200 metres away! So it’s a case of lock on the pelvic floor and core muscles, walk smoothly and quickly to the toilet. Other challenges with free camping include finding electricity to charge the lap top, camera and phones and internet and phone reception was not always available. Everywhere we go we look out for power points to use so we can charge up and we take all opportunities to recharge when they present ...