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Post Info TOPIC: Cuppa & MrsTea’s blog - ‘A Nomadic Life - An Australian Travel blog’.


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Cuppa & MrsTea’s blog - ‘A Nomadic Life - An Australian Travel blog’.


Three new Tassie posts at once whilst we have a net connection!

http://cuppa500.com/Blog/2018/02/19/...-penal-colony/

http://cuppa500.com/Blog/2018/02/19/...a-bagot-point/

http://cuppa500.com/Blog/2018/02/19/...net-peninsula/



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Sorry Cuppa but for some reason it says site can't be found when I click on those three links furiousconfusecry



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Managed to get in another way.

Great read as usual with great pics and good memories for me from your Port Arthur pics and others. I loved the place. I found the 'Separation Chappel' a lonely frightening place and glad I was a visitor only and not a resident when in use.


Thanks Cuppa and Mrs Tea.

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TUG.......2014 Holden LT Colorado Twin Cab Ute with Canopy

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Sorry about that, the forum seems to do strange things to links when there is more than one. Thanks for letting me know. I appear unable to edit the OP, so for others please try this:

 

Three new Tassie posts at once whilst we have a net connection!

MONA & Port Arthur

Tasmania's (& probably Australia's) best fish & chips, plus a great little free camp spot

Friendly Beaches & Freycinet Peninsula

 

Please let me know of any further problems & I'll try again.

Cuppa

 



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Finally got to see it, enjoyed all of it.  Your comments on Port Arthur were interesting and also of the art work.  Thanks.

 

Lynda



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