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... farewell to Hobart (until a short stopover at the end of next week). Fabulous week here and a little sad to be leaving.
We drive a couple of hours north through beautiful scenery to Launceston, known as Lonnie, which is Tasmania's second city. We are staying at Launceston Backpackers in town, which is pretty decent, if a little chilly. We unpack the car and go straight out to Launceston Aquatic ...
Hello Everyone, I hope your all keeping happy and well,
and if anyone is wondering ... yes we are still alive.
We've been zig-zagging all over Tassie for almost 5 months, fitting in as much as possible. For such a small state there's lots to do, and lots of free camping "Hence not using the computer much"
I've put numerous photos of our Tassie ...
... has really surprised me is the size of the island, the differences in climate, landscape and scenery as you travel around. The road system is generally pretty hood but you also come across some interesting roads in the middle of the island. There are Also many other good walks to be enjoyed. Add to that I have enjoyed some very nice red Pinot Noir wines and some great ...
So I'm lying here in bed about to pass out. But I'll tell you about my last day in tassie. Some of my friends wanted to see me off so I joined Lyndal at the transit centre, where we sat and talked for about three hours. Eventuallyb I assimilated with the couch. We watched the Christmas parade and I ran out and got some candy canes from a few of my friends who were marching with them. Then we met ...
... Evansdale and eventually to Evandale in 1836 in honour of Tasmania's first Surveyor-General, G.W. Evans and declared a municipality in 1865.
Evandale today is a National Trust classified Georgian village, popular with tourists for its unspoiled heritage buildings notably St Andrews Church, the Uniting Church, with its classical bell tower and Doric columns, Blenheim (1832) in High Street; Royal Oak (1840) and adjoining
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