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Hard Labour

Still firm believers that Sydney Harbour is the most spectacular on the continent, we learned this week, that it is one of only 3 natural deep water harbours in Australia. The other two are right here in Tasmania – Hobart … Continue reading

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On the Eastern Shore

In the week before Christmas, we settled into our house in Akaroa, up the road from St Helen’s. There were 4 bedrooms, a full kitchen, 2 TV’s and a cracking verandah out the front for dinner (and plenty of other … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas to all our dear family, friends and fellow travellers! We are spending our first Christmas away from home at St Helen’s on the East Coast of Tasmania, with our friends The Bolgers. We have decorated the tree, cooked … Continue reading

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No School Today?

“What are you doing about their school work?” has been one of the most common questions of our trip. It has been asked by well meaning nomads, suspicious shopkeepers and other parents doing their best on the road like us. … Continue reading

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Show Us Your Rocks Victoria!

And into Victoria we drove… Being into the extreme sport of crochet, I could see that Victoria was going to be a state at the cutting edge, when I noticed “guerilla crochet” on the drainpipe at our first lunch stop … Continue reading

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Tales from Streaky Bay

Driving East certainly feels like we are on the way home. We have been trying to make the most of each experience each day, rather than giving in to those thoughts of “running out of time”. With a couple of … Continue reading

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