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... valleys and an icecream. Goreme Open Museum which was a school to train young Christians to spread the word around Turkey. The churches had walls and ceilings covered in unique religious scenes with most of the eyes had been scratched out as people believed that if they ground up the eyes and placed it in theirs then all their eye problems would be cured. Before leaving the museum Mike very proudly bought Flynn a ...
... was the answer - quite bluntly. The wise travelers had already moved themselves to the other seats that were free so I was stuck...for eight hours...cramped like a sardine. Didn't sleep a wink.
Back at Melbourne airport I listened to the announcement of two flights to Launceston that I could have been on if for the fact that my non flexi flight was not for four more hours after I landed. I wandered the halls of Melbourne ...
... there taking photos of the cockatoos for a good while. It was fabulous.
Up the hill we got to the lighthouse, looked around, took photos of said lighthouse, the mouth of the River Tamar and Bass Strait.
Back down the road we visited Georgetown and the Maritime Museum there. We were fascinated by all the information. Also watched a ship head in, aiming for the Aluminum smelter ...
Drove from Stanley to low head, via Anvers chocolate for Glenn's birthday. we had a bit of a feast at Anvers, and then brought some tas Salmon and scallops for dinner, to cook on the barbie. Sophie made sure that Glenn had a cute card, present and ...
... wildlife, beautiful landscape and road kill (so many possums lying on their backs with rigor mortis in their little arms and legs). "Roll" means a sandwich. We can't believe how many Australians we know that haven't been to Tassie, everyone should go!
* Moon roof is actually what the back sun roof is called, awesome car knowledge.