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... the side fence backing onto the cemetery. Out hops a bald guy with a bushy beard, tatts, an ear spreader and a couple of facial piercings. He starts to set up camp. I groan, “there goes our peaceful camp”. By this stage it’s getting dark he promptly settles down for the night, I’m expecting his mates to rock up during the night but we go to bed.
The next morning I get up to have a shower ...
... some more Tassie wines and ciders. The cooler climate here makes the grapes and apple trees thrive. Our first stop was Willie Smiths cider, where a delicious mixed greens salad with goat cheese and walnuts accompanied the paddle of ciders. My favourite was the pear. Next we made our way down the road to Home Hills winery, and were greeted by some alpacas in the front parking lot. I couldn't get over laughing at their hair cuts, shaggy little animals they are. The wines ...
... from where we're staying. We stopped in at Puddleduck winery and had some tastings of their white wines and ciders. We drove through the cute little town then Keiran, Zoe and Jackson went down the river and bridge to feed the ducks while Sue, Mikki and I went for a look through a few of the little shops in the main street. On the way home we stopped at Wicked cheese and tasted a few of their cheeses and bought a few things for Christmas.
... he is blessed with the task of guiding 10 mostly middle aged women around for the next week. There are a couple of girls from Sydney, a couple from from Manhatten, an American who teaches US military school,children in Japan, a British woman who has mostly lived in NZ and Austrailia, and two from Europe, Sweden I think. Jason briefs us and that is the day cut out. They call it the first day of the tour, but it is really just allowing everybody to ...
... really well till we visited an antique shop where I acquired a very reasonably priced sugar shaker made in 1894. Oh I'm looking forward to visiting more antique shops! Had a whirl around Battery Point and a long walk around Constitution Dock. Fish and chips from the local for tea. We've discovered Banjo's. It's a glorified Brumby's but they sell great pies and pastries (my hips will never forgive me) and a good chai latte. We've been twice already and it's only day ...