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I've only myself to blame... but it's 4:21 in the morning and I'm still packing, organising my blog, copying bits of language books to take with me, making maps for my gps. I'll certainly sleep like a log on the plane. I'd better sit next to ...
Today a mere 480 kms, just three cans of Diet Coke, some awe-inspiring driving and exemplary map reading (we drove the entire journey on one road.) We are almost all of the way to our Mecca, Broome. We find a brilliant place for lunch (and to have a ...
... of this journey we stopped off at Kate's Berry Farm, just 3km south of Swansea, for the best ice-cream I've had in Australia. Kate grows her own berries at this picturesque location on Oyster Bay, and I recommend just visiting the place to take in the ...
As usual I left the packing to too late. Perhaps I should have just stayed up when I woke up on the couch at three in the morning. Things weren't helped by me almost bricking my new phone by installing some software meant for a different machine. One ...
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Woolmers Lane, Longford, Tasmania, Australia
19 Hiern Road, Blackman's Bay Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Louisa's Walk is a piece of strolling theatre that takes you on a journey into the life of Louisa Regan, an Irish convict, sent to Van Diemen's Land on a seven year sentence, in 1841, for stealing a loaf of bread. You walk with the actors, Judith and Chris Cornish, in full costume, as they tell Louisa's story that starts in the gardens of Cascade Brewery, in South Hobart, along the Hobart Rivulet the early source of the city's water, to the Female Factory, where Louisa was imprisoned.
37 Bathurst Street, Richmond, Tasmania, Australia
Arthur Highway Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia
The Port Arthur Historic Site is the best-preserved convict settlement in Australia and among the most significant convict era sites in the world. It has won many awards and has been called one of Australia's great tourism destinations. The Site combines rich history and scenic beauty to tell the stories of the harsh discipline and determined industry of the settlement. It is a place to discover Australian history and connect with the origins of Australian culture.