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... Anthea went for a slid around a corner today. She did a bit of damage to her bike and hurt her wrist but she is hoping to keep riding some of the sections tomorrow. Who am I going to wave madly at during the day now?
The body seems be holding up, just. This Safari thing so far isn't as physical as I had expected. I was really worried about my lack of fitness but my only dramas so far have been my aching ...
... before midday and the drizzle returned for 10mins before a fantastic last 60kms into Swansea. We returned to the coast and with such a picturesque view and some small uphill/downhill sections with a good tail wind, we managed to pick the pace up a bit (still as 1 bunch). We rolled into Swansea a bit ahead of schedule at 1.45pm which allowed a restful arvo. We have been put into groups of 5-6 riders with each group being allocated to a specific masseuse. I was ...
... there are small waves to catch. Tuesday we went snorkeling and we also drove up the steep road to the lighthouse which was spectacular as the weather closed in with wild seas and dark clouds. Currently Saffi is playing with her monster high dolls in the sand. Perfect combination. Grace is so happy looking for birds and is using her bird books and binoculars constantly. We just used the little underwater sports camera fir the first time. (Thanks Kai ...
... the West Australian one and we are off there just to say we have been to all three. It's only about. 20mins about 12 Kim's away so why not.?As we set off it's free way to start off but within 10 mins we are again in farmland scattered with a few homes, as we head on a huge silver bird flies across our path , this being a Jetstar plane heading into Launceston Airport which is quite a way from the city. The countryside a lot browner here than we ...
... up there it had a sign saying “Authorised Personnel Only” even though it
is advertised as a lookout for the public.
There were two other travellers on the way up, so up we went. It was very steep and rocky but they had a
handrail to help towards the top. I did
not quite make it to the summit because the handrail was broken and the wind
was blowing so hard I feared it might blow me off the edge. Rob went all the way and said that ...