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... pulling myself forwards on hills) and my really badly aching arches of my feet. I suspect my arches aren't used to the significant and almost constant weight of my significantly voluptuous frame. Not much I can do to fix those issues, I just need to grin and bear it.
Oatlands, a small sandstone built town with convict history, was the perfect stop for another coffee and a chance to buy some lunch to take with us. ...
... The boardwalk snakes its way round the cape and eroded cliffs . Nothing between us and New Zealand. Made our way back down via car and stopped at a deserted, pristine beach. Not a soul to be seen in any direction. I reminded Chris of the scene from "From Here to Eternity" with Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr. He uttered but one word, "No!" Overnight in ...
... pet it. Jason and I didn't think it would be smart to let a wild wallaby, nor feed it like some silly people did. This was a great walk! It wasn't too challenging, but the humidity made it a bit more difficult. We got beautiful views of scenery and up close to wallabies!
On our way to Hobart later today, we passed through some really cute and beautiful fishing towns. We only stopped in one for the washroom and the bakery and then we arrived in Hobart, Tasmania's capital city. ...
... swimming alongside the boat. The sea was slightly rough but luckily only one person on the boat was sick! The weather was gorgeous,the sun was out but it was still really chilly. We were both grateful for the provided waterproofs!
After the cruise we went to the Tasmanian Devil sanctuary in Port Arthur. We saw loads of Tasmanian Devils, there were also some cool native birds. We managed to get there at the right time to get involved with the hand feeding of the ...
... The sun is not shining for our photos but its a good thing for the walking.
So now it's down, down, down. The top is pretty steep and the steps are just made out of rough rocks so we have to concentrate pretty hard. Emma's task is made more difficult by the fact that she can't see the floor in front of her, and that Taya's new game is kicking and pushing against the legs of the person carrying her. It soon levels out and becomes much easier. The ...