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We left Dover as soon as the park office opened at 8 am when we returned the cabin key. It was then a pleasant drive back up the Huon Valley with a short stop in Geeveston to buy a pepper pie and a coffee at the bakery and take photos of the numerous large wood sculptures standing on various streets corners of the town. The road was quiet and it …
... br> expressions, mouths slightly dropped open and wondering why this stranger
wanted to show them ‘…. a Bat’ ??? Chris said, “No, a Wombat, W.O.M.B.A.T.” The
Chinese couple momentarily looked at each other keeping half an eye on Chris
and mumbled something, mouths still slightly open. Despite the evident
translation issues Chris wasn’t going to let them miss out and whether they
were curious about the special bat or just scared what ...
Surprise!!!! Wifi here at Tarraleah We had been warned the accommodation at Queenstown was basic at best but most of us were pleasantly surprised by the Silver Hills Motel. Dinner was functional with roast beef/chicken/lasagna/tandoori chicken and veggies/salad followed by rice pudding. For the first time this week I managed to show some self restraint and only ate a normal sized dinner...hence my weight this morning is back to close to normal at ...
... Platypus Bay Track and the Larmairrenemer tabelti (Aboriginal cultural walk) and then back to the Visitor Centre. This walk took us 2.5hours and we saw lots of different trees and vegetation. At times, we were near the lake edge and at others, well into the bush. We didn't see any animals and the only birds we saw were crows, although we heard other small birds. None the less, the walk was very enjoyable and David took ...
The weather here was much nicer, a beautiful evening actually, and we watched the sun slide out of the sky from our front veranda while enjoying our fivesies. Then it was off to the local hotel for Sherri's Birthday dinner. Ran into an elderly old fellow we had chatted with earlier. He was having dinner all by himself, so we asked him to join us. Turned out Norm was a widower who was travelling ...