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... before nightfall of course, to suss out real estate.
Friday and we wanted to walk to the gorge which was apparently a brisk 20 minute walk away. It didn't look too far away on the map but it was all uphill and a good workout for us all. We walked past a house one of our friend's lived in (hello Danielle) and took a photo of what it looks like now and texted it to her. We loved Cataract Gorge and can't believe something so beautiful is right in the heart ...
... individual at Port Arthur. I did not discover what finally became of him. After lunch in the cafe we were free to walk around the site. It covered a large area and there was plenty of information about each structure. What a harsh life the convicts led! They were kept in heavy leg chains for the first six months. It was all most interesting. Later we took a short cruise on the harbour to view the settlement and the Island of the Dead. Before ...
... a ghost tour at night but since it was not recommended for children, we decide we had seen enough.
Another thing I was looking forward to was the the hiking. Joanna, a friend of ours who lived in Australia for 5 years, still goes back regularly to Tasmania to do some hiking. On most days while in Tasmania we either did a short or long hike. My favorite hike was the Fluted Cape on Bruny Island. On this hike we went from the sea up the steep hill to the top ...
... to this mans talents? The silicon spray was applied, and combination lock still would not budge. 40 minutes later Allan the now locksmith, had sorted the problem and released the lock. However it was now nearly 2.30 and we decided we needed to sort out a camp for the night.
Out with map and Wiki camps and vote taken to go to Ben Lomond National Park. Located 45 km from Launceston we thought ...
Met at 9.30 after a lazy morning for some, headed across the road to Star Bucks for starter of coffee and down came the rain. Headed back to the hotel to pick up the hotel shuttle bus to go to the MTR in Exchange square Central bus depot where we caught the bus to Stanley Market. Rather scary ride winding around the hills ducking the trees. First stop was brunch at sort of French cafe where we all had a delicious omelette except for Di ...