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... in Launceston. We had some morning tea on the lawns by the pool and then Jackson and Zoe had a little dip in the freezing cold pool. We did the walk around the gorge and took some photos. We drove into town then to show Sue around a bit. We stopped at a park and had some lunch and grabbed a coffee and some hot chocolates from the cafe across the road. Then we headed ...
... local market where viewed lots of embroidered handcraft bags and clothes, jewellery, vegetables, meat, live fish, black chickens, live frogs and turtles, flowers, roses, food, bread and donuts which was tried by everyone. We headed back up the hill for lunch to the Panorama Hotel stopping at the flower stall to view the rose buds individually wrapped and the flower arrangements. Paper is removed when purchased by the customer. We headed off on our next adventure to tour a ...
Hi from pretty Northern Tasmania.
Since I left you in Hobart we've driven around the island quite a bit, enjoying the ride. We tried the ultra chic restaurant "Garagistes" and it was a taste sensation. Again in a very minimalist setting, pure black and sleek. We were served some creative fresh 'wow factor' food well worth the price tag. The tables were long shared style so another highlight was meeting some locals. I sat next to a big bloke who explained he works ...
... was absolutely stunning! If you don't believe us we took about 80 photos to prove it. Cradle Mountain national park was amazing, great walks, very well set up the only downfall was there were no water fountains-I'm going to complain! 30 klicks (and lots of windey roads) and we were on the way to Sheffield en route to Launceston for some food. Sheffield is a lovely little town with buildings decorated with impressive murals. The Sheffield Hotel which is apparently the only ...
... home, people of every age arriving in at 10pm drunk as skunks and falling all over the place.
We got up pretty much while people were staggering out of the pub, and we hit the road to head up to the top of Tasmania's biggest mountain - Cradle Mountain.
We had booked into this amazing log cabin, half way up the mountain with hundreds of trails and treks all around the ...