Tamar River Villas
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... planned was shut for no apparent reason. We carried on to Deloraine. We found a little campsite, not the most amazing (Delaraine Apex, $25). Almost everything in the town was shut restaurant wise and it was Friday night! We found one open pub called Bush Hill Inn and we had the most amazing grilled prawns and there was this awesome vegetable buffet! Delicious! We have eaten so so well this week.
... legs....they all think we are cave men!
I then spent 45 mins clippering and shaving my legs back at the motel - bloody hell....its not worth the effort!
This morning we had to be up, on the bike and at breakfast (at the bakery) by 6am and it was still dark and only 5 degrees so it was a chilly 1km ride in the dark. Massive breakfast of cereal, bacon and eggs (and reasonable espresso) followed by 30 mins of waiting around ...
... to get some food and to have a little look around the area. We also had one more job to do…… Get La Toya looked at by a garage. Since she had her new radiator she had been drinking coolant like it was going out of fashion and whilst we couldn’t see any leaks it was pretty clear that she had one somewhere or so we hoped as that was the best case scenario. We pulled into the local Repco which was fast becoming one of our new local favourites along with ...
... of them were really strong.
Our last stop through the wine region was The Josef Chromy cellar door, probably the most famous winery in Tasmania and the only one we know of that exports internationally, including Toronto and Vancouver in Canada. I only tried a few wines here as the sun, wine, and early start to the day were making me sleepy, but they had 2 pages worth of wines I could have tasted. And I should have since I had to pay to taste ...
... for a drive through the Tamar Valley to Beauty Point to visit Platypus House where research is being conducted on the platypus and echidna. These are the only two species of egg laying mammals, and are known as Monotremes. Although they appear to be quite different they are considered to be related. The platypus are air breathing but spend much of their time ...