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Mental note. Always check the flight time and date. Tasmania. Tasmania, Tasmania, where to start. probably somewhere near the start. This is 3 weeks worth of info so get comfy. maybe go make a tea first then sit and read this. certainly don’t start reading if you have something to do in the next half hour. guys and gals, I’ll rewind 3 weeks, but before that I’d like to make a point. Tasmania as some of you may know is part of a country famous for its soaps called Australia. Australia, now this may surprise some of you, is a
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mountain, not only being lovely to look at gave us our first wild life spotting. moment after setting off on our trek (yes we trekked) we spotted a wild Wombat* which came right up to us. later on we spotted a wild echidna. we think we might have spotted a tasmanian devil, but only as roadkill. After this national park adventure we decide we needed more supply’s or we we’re not going to survived the next 2 weeks. As Colette is from Sheffield, we head to Davenport via ‘Sheffield’ for photo opportunity. Davenport sucks. The only good thing about davenport is that it has a K-mart and 2 supermarkets. so we stocked up on food, a new supply of biscuits and an inflatable mattress. new plan, sod the cold tent, lets sleep in the van on a blow up mattress. after a morning/afternoon faffing in Davenport doing god knows what we headed to another national park. what was once delightfully names asbestos national park. later renamed to an unpronounceable aboriginal name. this was lovely, lots of wild life, weird sinking sand beaches and nice walks. we got accosted to 2 groups of old people, who insisted on talking at us for a few hour before we could escape. in the morning, one only lady woke us up with cakes and a book that she thought we might like. I Certainly liked to cakes. yet to read to book. we, ok Colette, very quickly became very elaborate with our gas stove cooking. creating such delights ad resoto, fajita and chilli. this was fantastic from a stomach point of view. not so good for a time point of view. morning for us, much like the afternoon and evens quickly became a relaxed affair mostly involving cook nice meal and having tea and biscuits. infact most things involved drinking tea and eating biscuits. back to the nature spotting. we found our first snakes!! 2 of them in 5 minutes. we took photos and chased one of them into the woods. later discovered it we the one of the most poisonous snake in australia, and it we mating season when they are most aggressive. being blissfully ignorant to anything about this we carried on our merry way. now we both really wanted to see a Tasmanian devil that wasn’t splatted across the road. we’d heard you could attract them by putting meat outside your tent and waiting. That night maybe after one to many glasses of wine we emptied half a can of dog food next to the van and waited. very quickly we attracted a group of Posums who we’re intent on making a lot of noise, fighting and probably scaring off and potential tassie devils. they we’re very loud. we abandoned ship to camp site around the corner. next stop George town, for some afternoon Penguin watching. much to my surprise we actually spotted some penguins in the daytime. after tea and business we headed for the east coast. the old people we met before had filled us with advice on which ways to go and which ways not to go. we’d of cource forgotten. let me tell you something about tasmanian roads. much like the phone signal, a lot of the road don’t really exist. you’ll have a 40km stretch of road on the cheap viagra 100mg map. the first 10km will be fine. then seemingly with out warning, usually somewhere near a winding steep mountain, the road turns into a dirt track. track bad enough to rival that or Laos and Cambodia. this will carry on for 20 bone shaking km then it’ll become a normal road again. in a knackard old van this is not good. on a flat road the

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van feel like bits of it are about to fall off, on a washboard road on the side of a mountain you can’t help but wonder if you’ll make it to the other end alive. on a few occasions the though ran though my head that no one in the world knows where we are and we had no phone signal…. so if…. anyway it was fine. we got to St helens. St Helens, has the famous ‘bay of fires’ it was ok. trouble buy viagra from canadian pharmacy is we’ve canadian pharmacy both spent a long time in Aisa, full of lovely beaches, and both been in Oz a while and at this point had both seen stunning beached in Tasmania. St Helens did have a free shower!! much need at this point. after our first or many nights in a no camping area we left St helens in seek of urban

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adventure and a change from national parks. This came in the form of Lanuceston. Lanunceston is a pretty nice town we pay a hostel $5 to let us use the facilities make nice food. drink a lot of wine and head out on the town. no one in the hostel wanted to come out and Lanuncestons night life erm… not exactly booming. so 1 drink later we head back for our another night of urban camping. other wise known as sleeping in the van somewhere you shouldn’t. 6.30am post drinking morning wee… wait.. no we are in the city and its day light… no toilet. 6.30am dash around the city to a petrol station then pull up on a quite street outside a church for bph cialis more urban camping. we’d cunningly hung up a sheet over 1 window, the one facing the pavement, to ‘hide’ us. i suspect this wasn’t the best disguise, but we didn’t get woken up by an angry priests so i guess it worked. As we couldn’t cook breakfast it was decided urban camping was a pain in the arse and it was decided that from then on we would only sleep somewhere need a toliet. blimey this is a lot of writing. you still reading? i’m going into way to much detail and most of this is clearly things that only i’m gonna find funny as i was there. I’ll gie you a reading break for now and do part 2 tomorrow.

Written on March 1st, 2012 , Australia
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