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Oceania » Australia » Tasmania » Sisters Beach November 6th 2012

Just after midnight I woke in that half-awake, half-sleep state with a feeling of the bed moving. When I came to and remembered my surroundings I realised we must have been out on the deep seas of Bass Strait as the room was moving up and down. We had a decent sleep in the end but the 5:45 am wake up call from the captain was a shock to the system. By the time we had showered we had docked in Devonport and before 8:00 am we were off of the boat and sitting in McDonalds taking advantage of a coffee voucher. An eerie feeling for a tourist driving around town having been awake for a few hours when half of the locals had not even risen from their slumber yet. It was a bleak day ... read more

Oceania » Australia » Tasmania » Sisters Beach February 11th 2010

Day 291 - Sisters Beach One by one the caravans, camp trailers and motor homes went on their merry way this morning until it was only us and the original caravan left behind at Sisters Beach. There must have been about 20 altogether last night which is no mean feat considering the area isn’t that big! Getting in early seems to have been the best policy so when another motor home arrives I wander over to give them the low down on the ‘tricks’ of the camp spot before we go out on a day trip. We were half expecting to wake up to rain this morning; it had been forecast as a wet day but so far so good. We head off towards Stanley to tackle ‘The Nut’ with Darryl at the wheel of Tony ... read more
The view over Stanley from The Nut
The joke in Stanley is 'What do poor children eat ... Crayfish sandwiches!'
Camped up at Sister's Beach

Oceania » Australia » Tasmania » Sisters Beach February 10th 2010

Day 290 - Penguin to Sisters Beach Since arriving in Australia in April last year we’ve managed to avoid the feeling of time rushing away from us … until now! We’re very conscious that we only have 21 days to explore this fabulous state and as a consequence are happy to rush around like maniacs trying to make the most of it. So far so good! We’re on the move today but before we set the wheels in motion I wander into Penguin with Jane. Just as we were leaving the boys asked us to get them some bait if we pass a fishing shop and of course we said we would. Penguin is a beautiful little place and all the houses look immaculately kept. The streets are lined with cheerful Penguin adorned dustbins and almost ... read more
Gorgeous church in Penguin
Beautiful!
Even the bins are pretty




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