I spotted this mirror in Melbourne and thought that it made some good lines.
We have seen our fair share of beautiful beaches and this one we know what part of the world this beach is – Tasmania – though we can’t remember what the beach was called.
I can remember that we had a good walk and the sun was just peeping through the cloud cover. And that we meet a local lady who while talking to me forgot about the waves and got a bit wet when one hit her.
What I really like about this beach is that the volcanic rock is sticking out of the sand.
The view from The Pinnacle in The Grampians National Park in Victoria Australia. Brilliant walk up through the bush and a bit of bouldering to get up to the top for the fantastic view. The haze in the in the distance is a mixture of the heat and the smoke from the wild fires that was burning earlier this year in Victoria.
The Painted Cliffs in Tasmania on the little island called Maria Island, and if you can time it right you can get there at sunset and low tide you are in for a treat.
We dodge the heavy rain showers while visiting The Bay of Fires in Tasmania, even when the sun wasn’t out we still got to see the strongly coloured rocks.
Found this note while walking on a beach in Tasmania, it looked like it had been there for a while, the Samaritan was also quite honest 🙂
I really like a bit of graffiti they often make me laugh or are just beautifully painted and then there is the ones that makes you go – eh? This one was spotted walking around in Melbourne, great bit of the world to walk around to look at graffiti.
We had a smooth journey across the Tasman Sea into early morning Melbourne. We have heard that it could be – well let’s just say – interesting 🙂
We arrived into Tasmania amidst of one of the worst bush fires in living memory. You hear and read about it but you really don’t know how bad it is until you see it. The total randomness of the fire – one house, tree or car gone to the ground and right next to it there is a house, tree or car totally unscathed bar a bit of ash.
Our hearts and thoughts goes out to the families who suffered, please donate to the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery fond who are working hard to help.
Or was there ever Twelve Apostles?
According to wiki there were only nine, made twelve if you counted the three sisters, I think, which are now only two sisters, but there is now only eight after one eroded away, approximately 2 cm per year. Well I’m confused and I forgot to count when there so see how many you can count, remember there is a few behind me so that might make it a wee bit hard for you to count since you can’t see behind me … Ok I’ll stop now.
Sailed across Lake Victoria in The Lakes National Park in Victoria Australia. Had our dinner on board and then enjoyed this beautiful sunset before we climbed into our bunk.
I’m giving you a wee bit of sunshine and a stunning view that we enjoyed on Tasmania a little over two months ago. It was around 7 hours of walk from the campsite to the top and back, great day out.
This red shoe belonged to a musician who played some great folk music in Salamander market in Hobart, Tasmania.
So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish I think I can hear it say as it jumped past us.
We were looking for a cuppa and that is just what we found in Tasmania in St. Helens at Bille T. Devonshire tea, the scone wasn’t the best but we found Yorkshire Tea, real tea, which we enjoyed for the first time in a year.
Added this to The Daily Post : Treat, because it was a treat to find Yorkshire tea and scones after so many months away from home.
I think that with a bit of wax and a hammer to get the odd dent out we can get this car up and running in no time.
While using a out house, dunny, long drop or sh@*$er one of the best things along with the freedom is that you often get a great view to enjoy while you are contemplating. Just remember to bring paper and wash your hands after.
For some reason today I was thinking about Futurama today and then I remembered this little fella. That I took a photograph of last year in my friends garden in Australia.