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


We have been in Tassie since the beginning of December & will be here until mid March. 

Although I haven't posted any 'reminders' here for a while our adventures have continued, as have regular blog posts covering them . cuppa500.com/Blog

Plenty to catch up on!



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Good read Cuppa, thankyou. I even did some catch up reading. I wonder how the Flamenco Group all fit in that TearDrop confuse 

Heaps of memories over seas there in Tassie but I spent 2 days and a Ghost tour at Port Arthur as I loved the place. Great history. Sarah island and Gordon River were other favourite's. 



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Dougwe wrote:

Good read Cuppa, thankyou. I even did some catch up reading. I wonder how the Flamenco Group all fit in that TearDrop confuse 

Heaps of memories over seas there in Tassie but I spent 2 days and a Ghost tour at Port Arthur as I loved the place. Great history. Sarah island and Gordon River were other favourite's. 


 Ta. Yes we were amused at the thought of the teardrop accomodating the entire group.



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Another post this time from Tassie's 'Far South' cuppa500.com/Blog/2018/01/25/the-far-south/

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Thank you, very interesting and photos were great.

Lynda

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Had a look at your blogs Cuppa, including your personal one with the biker pics. Very nice work there! As an old biker (had about 20 of the darn things over the years) I found the blog and yourself most interesting. I like your style, man. Sadly, only a Lotto win would get me back on two wheels again.

I fully agree with your comments on fish farming. As a keen angler I see the downside of this industry. If they're not kept under control I have a bad feeling about what will happen because of these farms. Thanks be they are not in my area in WA. Heaven forbid! Tassie seems about the last place they should be sited.no



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great read, given us ideas for when we get there in Feb and we are staying for some time and have house sits for 6 months across the island looks great

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A little corner of South Bruny Island is 'heaven on a stick'.



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