Aspect Tamar Valley Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... extremely winding roads through the mountains until we reached Cambeltown where we stopped to look at the tree carvings. We had gone 100kms out of our way to see these carvings because we thought that there were a lot of them but turns out there are only three. Oh well, it was a nice drive anyway. The wildlife carnage on the road is terrible here. We see hundreds of possums and wallabies killed everyday and we even saw a wombat on the side of the ...
We were feeling a little tired this morning so had a nice relaxing morning. Then drove into Launceston.
Allan needed warm trousers so first stop a bushwalking shop.
Then we drove from Launceston city centre to Launceston Aquatic Centre Carpark. Sharon went for a 750 mtrs swim, whilst Allan washed the sheets in the washing machine. We then hung the sheets around the camper to dry.
And from there ...
... near Latrobe and bought some products made with cherries. Today we spent some time at the Trowunna Wildlife Park near Mole Creek and witnessed feeding time for some Tasmanian Devils (see attached short video). We are told they were named Devils because of the bloodcurdling noise they made when it was dark when they were fighting amongst themselves for food, and also their ears look like devils horns when a light is shone on ...
... the forest canopy and traverse between the cloud stations along steel spans of between fifteen and four hundred metres, up to fifty metres above the forest floor.' It was fun and so peaceful and lovely especially the longest span, flying over the riverbed for more than 400 metres. Well, all good things must come to an end and of course when we were offered the usual photos and video on DVD we couldn't resist. Otherwise how ...
... 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 ...