Trip Start Mar 01, 2006
93Trip End Jul 09, 2006
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Alison, you have also kept us entertained by leaving your comment yesturday on the entry for JANUARY 14TH?!?! The dumness you had in maths lessons obviously hasn't left you. You've chosen the right uni, mind... Anyway, your not the first to leave a message - but next time leave a message on the right day - saves us a lot of hassle involving Thom's mum trying to explain why a Mar 22nd entry is on Jan 14th?? Bless your cotton socks is all I can say.
Also, opposite our hostel there is a radio station called HO FM!!
Back to the blog, before we lose our die-hard fans: Today we decided to explore the peninsular to the west of Hobbit. If none of you know where that is or what it means then get a map of Tazzie & you will become enlightened. Only problem was, we headed in the wrong direction for 50km, and ended up losing over an hour, but it was all good fun, so it really doesn't matter!
We passed picturesque lookout point after picturesque lookout point, each one giving us fantastic views of the Tazzie bays, beaches, cliffs and villages that littered the coasts. Had a really good lasagne in a little village called Richmond, then headed out into the country towards Port Arthur, via really famous places like The Bay of Pirates (they would be famous if you lot were cultured!). That took us til about 4pm. At this point I was in creases about Thom's driving - see separate blog. We didn't set off til late becasue we were arguing with Helen of Troy about how Panic at the Disco, or Picnic in the Library are my new favourite band!! HA.
Anyway, stuff that everyone will understand... Thom can't be bothered writing this blog, so I've got to do it again, and again, and again. Lazy git. Enjoy the pictures. Apparently March was the coldest March for the last 20years. That's nice. I wouldn't know. We've mainly been having plus-25· heat everyday - seems pretty warm to me, so don't know what you lot are complaining about - English kniggets.