Tamar River Villas
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... SUV. We went on to visit a half dozen wineries dotted right along the western side of the Tamar River as well as a superb Tavern at the end of the day for a cleansing ale. Whilst the obvious highlights were the magnificent Tasmanian Rieslings, Sauvignon Blancs and Pinots; there was much to admire scenically as well. Ripping hobby farms, green spaces with amazing flora and river side resorts were nice on the eye. Enjoyed ...
Once again we decided to do another day trip. We crossed the Batman Bridge and headed for George Town, A busy town and at the park by the river there was some more great wood carvings by a man from Ross. They are very interesting and well done. We found an op shop and a shop called Step toes.. got a couple of bits from the op shop but Step toes was a bit expensive.
Onto Low Head which was a bit more our ...
... to a beach. The house was really awesome. By this I mean it had cool comics, Star Wars Monopoly, a big yard, 3 bedrooms, a big kitchen, and we saw about 7 wallabies hopping around our yard. We were even lucky to see a rare white wallaby. I will give you some 8 word memories of Bruny Island (Inspired by writing club at Mckernan).
Nice beach waves crashing sandy feet all laughing
Beautiful hike up then down wildlife all around
... mtres, down and up and down and up. Then...turn left and push the cycle up the biggest hill of all. There was even a sign saying all caravans and motorhomes to use another route. Wish it had advised cyclists. Anyway up she went pooped at the top.
Finally arrived at the pool 7.2km later. Swum for 700 mtrs. Then repeated most of all of that on the way back. Oh boy talk about jiggered and well exercised for the day.
Today was something of a non event. We drove to Cradle Mountain where the others all took a long two and a half hour hike around the lake. I rode the shuttle back to some shorter walks and saw a waterfall. In hindsight I would have gone to the Tasmanian Devil centre had I known about it. We then drove to Sheffield and took pictures of the many towns murals, then back in the bus and zoomed past the interesting topiaries one ...