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We awoke to some grim looking clouds in St Helens today, but a couple of drops of rain while we were having our hot morning refreshments was the extent of the rain for the Safari. A little bit of moisture is good to keep the dust down anyway.
First challenge this morning, a sand quarry. It seems some missed the turnoff and others u-turned once they saw the quarry. Never fear, I only faltered briefly enough to switch the GoPro into video mode. ...
... we bought. We returned to our hotel to pack prior to check out at 4pm. We stored our luggage and headed to find something to eat along with some last minute shopping. Ann finally go her bag at Raebianco. Picked up at 6pm to go to the airport for a final duty free shop and a trip the happy room, some thought the men's looked a better view. Over tired Sue lost her bottle of champagne, oh so disappointed however Di M thought she was looking for her glasses, DI was just minding it for ...
... balance section. It's not easy standing on one leg with the other one high out in front. Picture something like the karate kid, but with a Mr Meogi up front saying good Daniel San, now hold for one minute!
Following this we drove all around the Tamar Valley wine region on a perfect day. We turned into and out of lovely little rustic vineyards which are dotted along the valley ridge. Each has outlooks down to the water and opposite valley ridge in the ...
We free camped two nights in Deloraine. Bigger town with a silk mural embroidered in 1000 hours over three years by local ladies, depicting the seasons and highlights in town and surrounding areas, with history as well. It is in the visitors information centre and for $8 you can tour the folk museum of rooms of furniture with the story of the pub, as well as go into the auditorium for the recorded talk and highlights of the silks. Really enjoyed it and would recommend it to all, ...
... to be sailing, but with the infamous Bass Straight to cross it was any bodies guess as to whether we would be enjoying the sea views or just clutching at sick bags for the 9 hour crossing.
Being the flash packers that we are and also based on the fact that the crossing to Tasmania was extortionate and a cabin was only £20 extra, we treated ourselves to a cabin for the day crossing. Having been on a few boats on our travels we were extremely pleased with our ...