Today I will investigate all the interesting things to see and do in and around Apollo Bay. Since the high season is over, it’s relatively quite here. A lot of attractions are closed. However, there’s one thing that never closes: the beach. So I started the day with a short walk along the ocean. It’s a great way to wake up.Read full article
Well, if you have looked at the dates of the previous posts you probably have found that the blog is way behind by now. It’s been quite difficult to keep it up to date and over the last week or so I just couldn’t keep up. There were just too many days without Internet access or I just ran out of time doing all sorts of holiday-thingies. In order to get back in sync, I will make the next few posts quite brief.Read full article
Guess what I did today. Yep you are right: I did a whole lot of walking.
The weather is not too bad this morning. It’s dry, about 10 degrees and the wind is quite strong which makes it really cold. But by adding enough layers of insulation, that problem can be solved. At 9.00 the visitor centre opens and the weather forecast for today is available. It’s as clear as my coffee. It can rain, it can snow, there’s going to be a lot of wind. Okay… Let’s just start walking and when the weather gets bad, I can always turn around.Read full article
After all that walking yesterday, it’s time to do some distance again. Today’s goal: Launceston. It’s the second biggest town in Tasmania (about 90.000 people).
The day didn’t start very well. I am a bit cranky today and nothing goes very smoothly. You know: things fall when they shouldn’t, nothing is where it should be and you forget everything you shouldn’t forget (like where you left your car key)… It’s a good thing I am traveling alone today ;-)Read full article