Lancaster Court Motel
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... tour of the frigat as I had Rob. Got back on the ferry after coffee and did the remainder of the FREE trip, naturally. Came back to a place called Eagle St., then walked back to hotel and found a small bottle shop just round the corner to us (phew), also I had to carry bottles to the top floor (10th), no it's ok there is a lift but not sure if it would be quicker to walk. Resting now off to Eat Street Market later
Took the ferry, which was a ...
... br> about all I had to do that day between the camping trip and my life
after Lone Pine. I have made a 'to do' list that has helped, but I
still feel uncomfortable with any lack of organization or cloudiness.
I like to know I have a place to stay or means of transport. Tonight
Patty really helped me get camping gear together and I changed my
Townsville flight of the Launceston one. I am going to Tassie!!!
... I am
only really used to kangaroo and wallaby pouches. The other, older
joey was face-first in his/her mum's lap. You could fairly see the
zeds floating above their heads.
Next, we wandered to the bats and the
sulphur-crested cockatoo enclosures. We talked about captive
cetaceans and zoos, giving our similar opinions. Daniel mostly spoke
English today, but I didn't poke him about switching to Spanish. I
initially spoke it to him, but then drifted into English ...
... anything, which was a shame. But, we did get to see another beautiful sunset. We said our goodbyes to the other guys from the tour and Jarrod, and went and found our hostel. Two girls from the tour (Sarah and Kirsty from Newcastle) were actually staying in our hostel (The Woolshed) in Hervey Bay, so we went out to eat with them that evening in the local Irish pub, which was nice.
So, I’ve finally finished this entry. Well done if you read all of that. It is about ...
... br> sailing gently down the coast, in clear view of all the land, at times just 12
miles off shore, there are dolphins swimming along, splashing about, its calm,
sunny and very warm, for our last day at
Packing today, and hard to imagine we will be home in
Queenstown on Thursday morning at 10.35am. We leave Sydney at 11.50 am tomorrow
morning, over night in Auckland, so the end of a lovely journey, with so many