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Tasmania part 2. N.b. Italics = Colette Just going to kick straight back into where I left off. Yes once again this is a big ramble in far to much detail. After all the urban camping in Launceston we decided to treat our selves with an actual activity! yes, we paid for something. it wasn’t even cheap! 45 minutes before it started we booked ourselves onto a 3 hour zipline adventure out in the woods, doing some of the longest ziplines in the world. annoyingly as they wanted to sell you photos you couldn’t take your camera along, but it was good fun zipping about in the tree tops
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and miss in the south. and in the middle. and parts of the north. Damn Neighbours lying to us. shouldn’t it be boiling hot every day? After a night freezing in the van we made a very sharp and rather grumpy and bumpy exit down the mountain. At this point living in a van was getting a little hmmm… frustrating. we couldn’t get away from the cold quicker, We planned to drive down the mountains to find somewhere nice and warm for breakfast. we drove for a very long time. The dirt road just went on and on. even after driving down the mountains we still couldn’t find anywhere we could stop and cook breakfast. Dirt tracks just went on bouncing us around grumpily. Some comfort was needed, cold, tired and hungry we eventually found a weird mountain town to sit and eat some breakfast. it wasn’t exactly the civilisation we had in mind. There was no nice cafe, no warm sun and no blue skies just a town like something out of a horror film. cold, silent, and empty with strange monuments and a creepy scarecrow.(We were slightly worried we might get murdered here. Haven’t you seen Wolf Creek? Sadly, this was not to be the last time these thoughts crossed our mind). After some much needed food it was time to head back to the east coast. you can kind of see why most people don’t visit the centre of Tasmania. After that it was time to head back to east coast to the town of Bichino. Bichino was a fantastic little seaside town. very chilled out atmosphere. we met a canadian couple, first non-old people we’d met on our travels. They gave us a tip off about a ‘secret free shower’ you could use. we were in serious need of some comfort at this point. (I was starting to get grumpy due to lack of sleep, food and warmth.) All you had to do was head down a side street and you’ll find the ‘sunview hotel’ This was a very strange place. its not derelict. in fact it was in full working order. they just don’t have any guests or seemingly any staff. however it was never locked. so you can

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our camping fees. They were right, so we left to go to the beach down the road. We were clearly sleeping in the van so had they actually knocked on the window and asked we’d have probably paid. My god, it was hot. hot hot hot hot hot hot hot. we wanted to do a trek up some of the surrounding hills. but could hardly move, was sat lay in the van in the shade will all the door open sweating. it was burning. definitely not a good time for trekking. perfect for a dip in the sea, hours later when eventually it cooled slightly we returned to the national park only to discover all the walks were closed because of the heat. turned out to be the hottest day of the year, 38 degrees! the bush fire warnings were too high to let anyone wander off into the park. later found out central Tasmania, where a few days earlier we’d been freezing cold, was raging with bush fires. the next day the park was still closed for the same reason. ‘Wine glass bay’ was never meant to be so the next day, after once again finding a ‘you haven’t paid for camping’ note on our van, we headed south to bruny Island. Planned for 1 night on the island, then 1 night back in Hobart and we’d fly out the following morning. Bruny Island was nice, loads to do, but as we had to get back to Hobart for our flight we didn’t really do too much other than a short walk along the coast and returned to Hobart. it was a shame to rush Bruny Island as they have white Kangaroos and other interesting things to see, if only we’d had more time. We got back to Hobart late afternoon. we had to: unload the van pack our stuff. return the van. try to sell out fantastic camping stuff. check our flight time then book the bus to the airport and get ready to leave in the morning. (George was having a major stress head day and insisted we get our arses into gear to have plenty of time to sort all of this stuff out). We unloaded the van, took down the airbed, the make shift curtain, put up a sign with stuff for sale and took all our stuff into the hostel. I then checked the internet for our flight. it was an evening flight, not a morning flight. it was also on the 29th today was the 27th. bugger. we could have stayied on the Island…. oh well, who needs to see white kangroos anyway!?! A crap nights sleep in Hobart

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Written on March 2nd, 2012 , Australia
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