Aspect Tamar Valley Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... DC to DC charger and solar controller was not putting any power into our house batteries. Apart from doing the washing he was under the dining seat sorting out the electrics. He discovered a melted 50 amp fuse.
On return with the shopping Allan greeted Sharon with the news about the Redarc. A lot of discussion was calmly had. We discussed various options and causes of the problem. We discussed about stopping in a freebie and if there would be enough power. We ...
... was through the winding and beautiful Tamar Valley.
Launceston is in the valley with the houses perched on the sides of hills. It is a busy and large country town. The folk that we met were all happy souls. The only down side of Tasmania, thus far, is Sharon can not get Brussel Sprouts anywhere. Not a happy breakfast camper without them. For some reason she loves them stir fried in the morning ...
... and re-released them into the wild each month unless they were too injured then they just kept them in a "retirement home". It was really amazing, they had loads Tasmanian Devils and we got to pat one. We also watched four of them eat an entire possum, they literally ate everything! Except the head that cory had cautiously removed because there were lots of children around. I don't think removing the head really made a difference to how brutally graphic feeding ...
... camps. Our guide was a young Polish man who had been working there for the past 7 years. He explained that his Polish grandparents had been farmers in the countryside around Auschwitz during it's operation as a death camp during the war and that his family had lived in the area ever since. He was very knowledgeable, educating us about the atrocities suffered by the inmates; more importantly he was still obviously affected by certain parts of ...
We took a 45 minute drive to a Swiss village called Grindlewald and it had a mini golf there. We first went to the cafe in the village and Dad stayed there to watch the cricket. Dad got us some cool drinks and then Mum and us went for a look around. ...