Travel Blogs from Devonport
... oil, so we are also not the extrem green frogs but to see this direct impact of humans to get all the minerals, etc. is quite scary. As Tassie is very diverse, it took only some kilometres after Queenstown when we returned back into pure nature. We stayed at Lake St. Claire in the middle of pure nature. We even tried our second Platybus search, unfortunately again without success but enjoyed the landscape. When we returned after the walk to our campsite it got already ...
... like pear juice – I told her she’d just never had farm fresh juice before) whilst Stephen and I tried the ciders. One was too hoppy for me, one was too dry for me but the other
two were just right. So we bought a 4 pack and went on our way.
Last official stop on the itinerary was Anvers house of Chocolate. It hadn’t changed much since 2006. There was a new viewing window where you could see the chocolate being made (today ...
... the Salamanca Market. We had a great time camping as it was really cozy in our van which I stuffed up with tons of pillows and three blankets. We even took our kayak with us so we could throw it into rivers whenever we felt like. We had quite a relaxed time and a very easy life while travelling. We would get up around 8 in the morning when it got bright in the van, than we had breakfast which means coffee and our self-made german sourdough bread ...
Had a good trip over on the ship the rooms not to bad did not get much sleep though. Landed in Devonport at 6am and headed north west. Stayed two nights in Boat Harbour very nice and free as well. It is cold her for summer getting around 23 by day if sunny and dropping to from 10 to 6 at night.
Went out to Stanley were we saw some sea creatures like a seahorse and crayfish that sell ...
... hills and valleys is lovely. We soon arrived in Sheffield, the town famous for the Murals painted on the walls of most of the buildings. We pulled into a parking place on the main road, walked across the street and browsed through a busy second hand shop full of interesting pieces from yesteryear. Then we made our way around the town to admire the many murals on display. At one mural we met the artist who was touching up her painting that she had completed a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility