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Today we got up early and drove from Hobart to Launceston to pick up Sue from the airport @ 9:30am. We were very lucky and Julia Gillard was also on the flight and the kids got to have a photo with her. We have all been very excited about Nanna's arrival and can't wait to show her around Tasmania a little bit the 7 days she will be here.
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A very cold morning by the river, so beautifiul to look at but not so nice first thing in the morning. Oh well we live and learn. We went to visit Pyrotek as it was just around the corner and we met Todd and had a quick chat with him before going back into Launceston to visit the Cataract Gorge. We went on the chair lift so it was a great view from so high up this one ...
... we are still not sure and we don't think the driver or our guide did either. Nam was very humble but the huge smile on his face said it all. We head off for our 2 hour trip to Ninhbinh province and Tam Coc stopping half way for a drink and toilet stop and no doubt they hoped, more shopping. We all brought some sweets including chocolate that we were all craving for. We arrived at our first destination of was to Ninhbinh province to visit Hoa Lu ...
... had all sorts of toppings. Basically we are eating our way around Tasmania.. From there we took the back roads to Launceston up and down valleys and through picturesque farmlands. I was surprised how sunburnt and brown it all looked so they can't have had much rain over Summer. The sheep and cattle seem to be surviving alright, but it must be tough going for the farmers. We had lunch at a one horse county town and got into town late afternoon.
... the length of Rania (with photo graphic evidence) safe to say I think we'll 'treat' ourselves to a motel again tonight, just so we get some actual sleep. We went for a scenic run along the coastal track which was a bit dicey at times and then it was time to start our massive trek to Cradle Mountain. The drive was lovely and scenic with lots of lookout spots. It was also however very windey and Rania has got partial whiplash from my over zealous braking. 5hours, too many repeats ...