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... out the electricity to the laundry so paid $2 to use an iron from the office to iron our 4 pairs of jeans. David used a bucket to wash the cruiser and remove the mud from Bruny Island. Around 11am, we set off to drive into Salamanca. We found a carpark across the road and up a bit from the Astor Hotel in Macquarie and walked about 3 blocks down to Salamanca. By now the temperature had warmed up to about 25degrees. The ...
... over the fantastic designs at the gallery near Jamworks. Then we joined up with my other "bestie" Judy at the State Cinema bookshop café for arvo tea and a big catchup. I was very inspired by Jude's awesome photos of her recent trip with Chris to Iceland! Saturday November 9th It rained all night again and the sun tried to make an appearance mid morning. Rod dropped me off at Salamanca Market rugged up in my polar fleece jacket and armed with my brolly for the ...
Good mooooorning Sri Lanka!
This is Monique and Hope with your (almost) daily Boy Update.
We have found out where the Grammarphones are staying! We saw them again last night, as well as today. Mr Hay finds this all very boring. He does not understand.
Mr Hay's Boy Update
Today, everything was boring. Again.
Anyway, back to us. Today, we had another workshop ...
... landscape with deserted white beaches where we had a big campfire whilst listening to the waves breaking on the sand. Surrounded by possum’s and pademelons (Khalil’s favourite animals in Australia so far) we found ourselves waking up at the crack of dawn to watch the sun rise and then it was a hop, skip and a jump to our next destination, Wineglass Bay. Obvious for what it is named after, the Bay reminds you ...
... we call it a day and pitch up in a truck stop behind the garage. It is all glamour!
Going to bed that night we both vouch that we must pick up hitchhikers more back in the U.K....when it's safe to do so.
5am rise to pack up the tent and hit the road just like the littlest hobo our thumbs were in action by 5:30am. We were all too aware that the 140km the lay between Launceston and us would take about 1.5hours, our deadline was 8:45am, so we ...