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... Cultural Centre. We went in but had only just started to browse (no cameras/videos etc allowed) when the caretaker told us they were closing but we could stop there until we had finished looking and then let ourselves out back door. The displays have had a lot of care and research put into them and we were sorry to leave. Lots of material to read from interviews etc. Definately go if up this way. We also went ...
... set off for a steady drive to Wollongong. The traffic was quite heavy when we left but it got quieter as we got further north. Stopped for a short rest at Gerrigong, a beautiful bay. Arrived at Karen and Wayne's at about 2.30pm. They live in a beautiful house and made us very welcome. Went out for a walk round Lake Illawarra. Very picturesque and a smashing sunset to end a lovely ...
So I am alive. I survived my two flights which weren't actually that bad, and got through customs and was picked up by my nice airport service and had a nice drive through Australia which is absolutely beautiful. I got off to a little but of a rough start. I was imagining a fricken welcoming committee and a ton of new people. No, it like a normal college campus and you're completely on your own. The first day I get dropped off like a lost turtle carrying ...
Our last morning at Pambula - feeling sad that we have to leave today. We could easily fill in a relaxed week here with the kangaroos and birds. We managed to get up, have breakfast and pack the car before the check-out time of 10 am. We all waved goodgye to our lovely villa and the beautiful beach.
Back on the highway and in no time the boys were both asleep. The scenery along this part of the road is quite interesting ...
... still lived or had ever existed in Tasmania. So whilst in Hobart, I did find some very interesting articles stating that there had been definite fox sightings in Tasmania, as little time ago as the 1990's and that 'Tasmanian Wildlfe Society' spoke of an 'erradiction program to rid Tasmania of the Red Fox. Once in possession of this article, I was very tempted to e-mail to it to the bus driver of the tour company, and have it addressed from 'Gracelands in Memphis'.