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... Miles being right.
The Safari route disappointingly ended in the peak hour rush of Launceston. I was hoping for a Dakar style finish line with crowds cheering and photographers snapping my picture. I must have come into Launceston the back way. There was time for fuel but I was concentrating too much on Jake adjusting tyre pressures that I filled up with unleaded instead of Ultimate. (Shh, what Glen doesn't know won't hurt him). At least ...
... was not a word they would accept and we very quickly learnt not to say 'later' as they would be back. After lunch we continue on our walk through the different villages taking many many photos. We viewed indigo plants, chokos, artichokes, rice, corn. We also saw how they removed the husks from the rice. Some of the ladies had blue hands from Indigo dye. Children played on the road while their parents worked in the rice fields. Children were often seen ...
... Campus for maritime studies in Australia which boasts the latest state of the art facilities.
Once in the car we set the GPS for Central Launceston and wound our way down into the town, stopping along the way to take a photograph of the city below. We found a parking space with the usual Pay ticket machine, but the cost is not excessive and we have now learnt to always have a few coins handy. From there we ...
... This was something of a shock to the system.
It was pretty funny the next morning waking up to see little La Toya parked in amongst all the huge mobile homes, she was by far the smallest and oldest girl on the campsite.
Our first day in Tassie we were headed to Launceston. Anyone from Cornwall will be disgusted to hear that the Aussies have taken our local town name and destroyed it by pronouncing it Laun-ces-ton rather than Laun-ston.
... one day. After trying Jennie for the millionth time we did a bit of Afl training on the domain and then came home and made lentil curry. We went to Woolworths to do some research on important items and booked some last minute flights to Tasmania for 5 days! As we were due to fly in 9hours we got footed it home as it will probably take Rania 5 of those hours to ...