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... at 27knts for 9 hours we were lucky enough to be in quarantine shortly after disembarking. No guns, no fruit and veg, no stowaways and our passport was stamped and off we went. After a short drive we found ourselves in a little town of Forth. We think we are going to love the apple isle, and i'll refrain from stereotypical joke about the people.
From Amanda and myself.
WE'RE GOING TO FREEZING OUR TITS OFF IN TASSIE.
... have returned! Friday December 6th We said our farewells after breakfast and made our way back to Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm to stock up on chocolate-coated raspberries and fresh raspberries for Xmas. Made our way back to Sassafras to visit our good friends Di and Frank and their little Jack Russells, Lilli and Harri. Lots to catch up on over a decadent lunch at D'Anvers Chocolate restaurant in Latrobe before we boarded the Spirit of Tasmania for our voyage to ...
We had what we thought was a lie-in of 7.30 today and decided to push the boat out with egg on toast in the camper van - today we made a very long drive to our next destination - Beauty Point!The day basically consisted of pretty scenery and scary bends in the van. We stopped a couple of times for a refuel in St Helens (car and people) and for lunch in Scottsdale. Towards the end of the drive we passed ...
... greatly increases during summer when holiday homes and campgrounds are full. The boat ramp at Port Sorell is the busiest on the north west coast.
It was pretty quiet whist we were there - but it was a Sunday and not holiday season. It seemed to be a very tidy town with some lovely houses.
Back to Devonport for a drive along the coast before heading to Central once again for dinner - I had the special Wagyu rump again and Wayne had homemade pizza ...
... are trundling around on the floor. They look a bit like a cross between a porcupine and a hedgehog and are really cute. They feed them a horrid looking porridge which they lap up with their super long tongues. Dylan gets a bit freaked as one scampers past him, but we all agree they were really lovely.
Just next door is Seahorse World. They have masses of different types of seahorses from around the world in various stages ...