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... types of seahorses and a few sea dragons. We learnt the difference between boy and girl seahorses. Next were the breeding tanks, there were tanks of baby seahorses, which look just like string floating in the water. Our guide explained what they are fed on and the stages they go through before they are ready for sale. Next room were some more sea creatures, and Georgia got to hold a live seahorse. Amongst other things there was a ...
Tuesday - The Journey and Port Arthur The alarm went off at 3.15am for our flight to Taz! We got to the airport in plenty of time (somehow) and boarded the flight. Rania got the worst dry mouth ever on the plane with her attractive open mouthed sleeping technique and before we knew it we were stepping off the plane into 34degree heat. There could be some packing errors......We picked up the rental car and it was a pretty decent new automatic Nissan Micra, the woman behind the ...
... get to see a duck-billed platypus, which was a little disappointing, but I got to see all of the other unique Tasmanian animals, including the ridiculous little echidnas, which I adored. Snuggling with the wombat was the best, though. Since I can't cuddle with my cats these days, I now want a wombat.
We had to leave the park eventually--though I was ready to move in--as it was already 2:30 p.m. and Dennis was getting hungry. We did a short ...
... time to check out Ben Lomond.
We boarded the small boat - The Lady Launceston and headed out from the wharf. Launceston is set at the junction of three rivers - the North Esk, South Esk and Tamar. The three rivers are represented on the city flag.
We started out cruising along the North Esk River viewing the waterfront units and restaurants along Home Point Parade. As it wasn't raining, we went out to sit at the front of the boat to get the best views for ...
... was the white !lighthouse , yes exactly where you would think you would find it atop a rocky mass at the tip of the point. The view although a little misty was great and in the west we could see in the far distance a large mass of grey which we knew was The Nut sitting majestically in the Bass Strait. It was quite blustery but we managed to get some photos of the rocky outcrop which was similar in make up as the ones in Arthur River , the geological make up of which were all ...