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... their helmets and I couldn't tell who was who. And here this guy was. I intended to give him a good talking to about my close calls with his shrapnel but the young bloke was really nice (don't you hate that) and I think it ended up being a good humored dig instead.
Annoyingly, we skipped the Mt Barrow loop (apparently similar to Jacobs Ladder at Ben Lomond but with tighter turns) and also bugged out of a small forest loop further along ...
... the our all inclusive meal, museum and cable car tickets, Anne was nominated the chief ticket minder for the day. The panoramic view from the cable car of the Tung Chung Bay, China Sea, Lantau North Country and the Big Buddha was spectacular. We arrived at the Ngong Ping Chinese style Village with the big Buddha towering above. This was followed by Coles cafe style Chinese vegetable lunch at the ...
... the streets admiring the many iconic, historic buildings. Close to the Post Office we reached the colourful City Park with a statue of Mr Gunn the botanist who had started the park...he was born in Cape Town in 1808 and came to Tasmania in 1830.
From there we went back into the main part of the city to discover the delights in a couple of the open air malls. In the one with the flower seller at the entrance we found ...
... This was something of a shock to the system.
It was pretty funny the next morning waking up to see little La Toya parked in amongst all the huge mobile homes, she was by far the smallest and oldest girl on the campsite.
Our first day in Tassie we were headed to Launceston. Anyone from Cornwall will be disgusted to hear that the Aussies have taken our local town name and destroyed it by pronouncing it Laun-ces-ton rather than Laun-ston.
... Christos just chatting and hanging out on the couch together in their family room. We have a really early morning and will be flying more than 4 hours to get to rainy Cairns where we hope to see the Great Barrier Reef. We loved our time in Tasmania. It reminded us a lot of New Zealand with the different landscapes and the kindness and warmth of the people we met here. While it may not be on most people's "typical" Australia itinerary, we're so glad we made it part of ...