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... Columna Falls and it was down through this cool rain forest with really weird trees.
The rest of the day was spent driving through really windy roads to Launceston. It took ages because of the slow, windy roads and we did see people pulling over and throwing up which was funny. That would have been me if I wasn't the one driving. That evening we tried to stay in Westbury but the campsite ...
... their $50 fines). Unfortunately - I was pinged for being an incredibly unfashionable rider - for having hairy legs. They allowed a fine reduction if I shaved so for the first time ever...I have joined the ranks of the lycra clad mamils with shaved legs. Apparently my masseuse (Garth) will love me for it - although Nic is threatening divorce. Interestingly - there are only 5 of us out of 28 who think the rest of them are weird for ...
... been running the motel forever. What we actually met was a beautiful young Cassandra who with Duncan bought the motel just over a year ago and were renovating and building the business from the tired and forgotten motel that it had become.
We had a chat, met the ever lovable Rupert the dog and met Duncan who gave us our gardening job list to start the following day.
Once we were settled into our lush room with a huge bed, ensuite bathroom and a tv we ...
Our next stop was berry picking. We picked red currants, raspberries, and strawberries. This wasn't as much fun as it had been in New Zealand because there weren't as many berries on the branches to be picked and because it was much more expensive than the pickings we did in New Zealand. However, the berries are equally tasty. To make up for the price, I chose to do the free tasting of their fruit wines and liqueurs. Some of them were really nice ...
After breakfast we walked through the city in route to a walk through the Cascades Gorge. Located at the edge of town it is a lovely walk along the riverbank of the Tamar River. At the end of the walk is a lovely park and a sports center. There were a number of other walkers on the path and the majority of them were locals out for their daily exercise. Then we boarded ...