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... to smell the different scents…. but boy did it make me laugh. We have included a picture of them.
Doug – One of the places we knew we wanted to visit while in Tasmania was Port Arthur. This is one of the male prisons where criminals from all over the British Empire were sent between 1830 and 1877. The women were sent to one of several "female factories" (prison labour camps) on Tasmania. We had heard that many Australians were descendents ...
Poor Allan has copped another cold. We so rarely get sick at home, for some reason here we seem to be copping it bad. It is a rotten one too.
After a full discussion on what to do it was decided that we didn't want to stay at the Showgrounds. $20 a night is ok but it isn't where we felt like being. Decided, instead to head to Mac's Farm in Launceston So many recommendations it is hard to fathom how it had taken us so long ...
... More good news, no ambulance was required this week, a great feat with so many riders. And a hearty applause for the eight female riders. The food was good but the 20th anniversary merchandise was a little light on, not so good for Jake but great for our wallets!
The biggest round of applause for the night went to a well deserved team at Maschine for organizing the Safari. Cheers guys, thanks for giving me a pannier full of fantastic ...
... Captial of Vietnam to see the remains of the 2 temples of Dinh King and Le King. Sweat was running off us, it was the hottest day we had, around 36 degree with humidity feeling like 100%. Next stop was Tam Coc, described as the 'Halong Bay on land'. We started with Vietnamese buffet lunch with the local speciality of goat, not bad. Prior to going on the small rowing boats we slathered ourselves with sun screen, then lined up at the local ...
... certainly was a lovely peaceful ride across the river while we sat and watched some energetic people below jogging their way up the pathways to the top of the gorge. Once on the other side of the river we walked along a path that followed the river to take in the views below us and the surrounding gorge. Near the restaurant on the lawn we found a bench under a tree, ate our oranges and relaxed while we watched peacocks ...