Waterloo Inn Hotel
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We have been having a little trouble with our uClear comms system. With unbearable screeching when the units first link up, then dropping out when the range gets too large (sometimes only a few hundred metres, but we know this is the product limitation) only to take ages to link back up again even though we might be riding within 5 metres of each other. Might consider our options once we get back home.
... Another hour and a half return trip because this Wineglass Bay walk is considered the most demanding walking trail in the whole of Tasmania. It was hard yakka but, once again, so worthwhile. Spent a wee while playing about in the sea and on the gorgeous red rocks - then we started the climb back up to the look-out. That was a tough slog in a couple of places but we finally retraced our steps to the look-out and, from there, we came back down to the car ...
... wanted to get there before dusk when the wildlife come out.
This morning we made the short drive from Cole's Bay to Freycinet National Park. At the visitors centre we got a map and a warning about snakes for the 5 hour walk we were going to do. Neither of us liked the serious warning about snakes during their breeding season, but that didn't stop us from doing the hike we planned on doing. The first part was a bit challenging because it was a lot of uphill climbs to the Cole's ...
... out of the water near boulders on the beach where they group and have a chat. Then they waddle up the beach and climb up on to a track and appear just in front of us. The Fairy penguins are about 40cms tall and real little characters. On the return journey we do some more wildlife spotting. We find a kangaroo and a wombat in the road.
Story books before bed. Dylan is particularly enjoying one about Elephants in the snow, repeat, repeat, repeat and ...
... where they all have these funny Doo names for their homes (you know - Doo Little, Doo Nix, Dunny Doo, Dooin fa etc etc) and it is also home to the Doolicious Van which sells wonderful seafood and berry icecreams. Our icecreams smothered in mixed berries made us very happy again.
We've also been over to Maria Island just off the east coast here and hired bicycles to ride around for the day. It was a great idea for the first ...