The Sebel Launceston
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... tent poles about, a makeshift solution was achieved and we put Lotte to bed, after which we gratefully had a sit down with beer and chocolate. We then discovered we (Marc would say 'Nathalie') lost both Lotte's summer hat and the new woolly hat we bought at Salamanca market the other day, which was a big bummer. Boo, sometimes camping is hard work!
Distance travelled today: 205 km
Total distance travelled: 14202 ...
... long list of options including nails, massages, hair etc. we gave a precise list of everyone's request to Our tour guide Phong who diligently went and booked our requests. After lunch we all headed off for a bit of pampering. Jenny, Di M and Penny had a foot massage and a pedicure while Sue, Di and Ann were taken upstairs for what we thought was a head, neck and shoulder massage and pedicure and manicure ...
... more time in Launceston than originally planned, but I have had an amazing time - went on a river cruise on Tuesday and went to the zoo yesterday! Once you've hand-fed a wombat, what else is there in life? I've got a great video of me and my new animal friends. So amazing. I'm off for more adventures, and as soon as I get back home I'll post all 800 pictures I've taken. Haha. OK, maybe I'll trim it down to 400. It's going to be ...
... some heart warming Indian takeaway with whiskey, wine and the best company. Tuesday October 29th We spent a very cosy night tucked up in the "gold room" at Julie's B &B and thoughtful Jules left the heat pump on for us before she left for work. We stocked up on salad and fried rice at Mortys food court in Launceston before heading east on the Tasman Highway to Scottsdale for lunch at Northeast Park. From here we headed to the north east tip of Tasmania ...
... our eyes spied a cluster or an even a row of pines or eucalypts purposely planted that way as wind breaks for the farm house and surrounding buildings. Through all of this you wondered how these cows were looked after , how the produce was actually sown and harvested as we hardly saw a human being. As we ascended into the range the terrain changed to rocky outcrops , Aussie bush of different eucalypts and small farm dams and a backdrop of yet another forested mountain ...