February 24, 2018

Beach hopping ain't a bad lifestyle.

On a grey and drizzly morning we drove out to Wilsons Promontory for a look. The peninsula is the last remnant of a land bridge to Tasmania that only disappeared a few thousand years ago. Certainly a beautiful slice of National Park,...

February 18, 2018

(to the tune of 'Back in the USSR' by the Beatles) Back in the Vic-Tori-Ah...

Parting is such sweet sorrow. Tasmania was twelve+ kinds of awesome (landscapes, nature, fresh produce, people, cheap accomodation, whiskey, beer, wine, short drives, waterfalls, TWO vegan che...

February 14, 2018

You might know that I am a bit of a mathematics nerd. You might be wondering how much it costs to spend a month (31 days) in Tasmania? Wonder no more! Here are some insights from our Adventure Spreadsheet.

Spirit of Tasmania

Taking your vehicle there and back again from...

February 11, 2018

We have had a lot of different experiences in the last week - lots to write about. Here is where we have been:

This week has been challenging in surprising ways. You might have noticed that our blog is a little bit about vegan food, i.e. we don't eat animal products inc...

February 4, 2018

Everyone in Tasmania has Agapanthus in their front garden. It must be a law.

Yep. We did all that (and more!) in a week. It's been a busy one, so make sure you have a cup of tea or coffee handy before you dive into this one.

We bade farewell to Zeehan on a drizzly Monday...

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