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  • Day21

    Ankunft auf Tasmanien

    November 8, 2019 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 10 °C

    Nach einer kurzen Nacht am Flughafen in Perth ging es heute früh weiter nach Tasmanien. Tasmanien ist ein Inselstaat von Australien und liegt im Südosten. Hier ist es auf jeden deutlich kälter als die letzten Tage in Westaustralien. 🥶 Daher mussten wir uns im Secondhand Shop erstmal neu einkleiden. Und dann sind wir mit unserem Camper einfach mal losgefahren und haben uns über Nacht ans Wasser gestellt.Read more

    Ralpph Ritter

    Findet jeder seine Klamotten in dem wohnmobil, oder gibt es ein System? 0ma

    Lisa Ha

    natürlich hat das system 😋

    Stefan Hartmann

    Oma würde bestimmt gerne aufräumen, weil sie kein System sieht. 😅☺️

  • Day22

    Tassie day 1

    February 28, 2017 in Australia ⋅ 🌙 17 °C

    I woke up in the ferry and I had to get my stuff together and go to my car. When I was finally off the boat they asked if I ate all the apples and I had to wash my car because it was Dirty. And they don't want you to bring unwanted stuff to Tassie. And then at 7:00 am I was in devonport. I'm total it took 12 hours to board the ship to exit the ship.

    First thing I got coffee and then drove to the other side of tasmania. It was only 280 km and 3:15 hours drive! That's not too long.

    I picked up Anna from the airport and we went first to the hungry Jacks to get cheap coffee. But ofcourse the coffee machine was broken! But we got free fries and a free soda! Then we met the others at Coles and got some groceries.

    Afterwards we went to the k-mart to get some stuff. At least I had everything but the others had to get some stuff for their trip.

    Then we finally left. Inside Hobart we went to an cave, it was a really nice place. Luckily it was low tide else we couldn't get there.

    Then we went to an old famous bridge and that was nice to see. There were some goose running after eachother. And then they went away from eachother and both came back with 3 friends. Haha that was so funny to see!!

    At last we went to a free campsite and cooked dinner there, had some beers and played perudo. It's a really good group. Every person is different but we can go along with eachother. See what we get tomorrow!
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  • Day24

    day 2 - freycinet national park

    March 2, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    We woke up pretty late and made breakfast, in the end we left about 10 am. But everyone exept me was tired so they needed their sleep.

    We had a few nice stopping points on the way. It was all 10 or 15 minutes drive so that was really short. First a good lookout, then a kind of blowhole where the waves slashing into the rocks. That was really nice! Afterwards we went to an arch that was nice!

    Later in the afternoon we went to the remarkable cave. And it was remarkable! You could just walk all the way through the cave. It was like 50 meters long and had 3 entrances. Also over there I saw a kind of plant with green tentacles. They were moving but no idea what it was.

    We camped at the same spot as last night. I set my alarm on 2:30 am. Because by then we should be able to see the Aurora australis (southern light). And I went out of bed and there were all clouds. But I sit down anyway to see if I could see it. When I looked to the south it was just a tiny bit white. And after an half hour there were brighter white stripes slowly coming and within an 5 minutes I could see the light a lot brighter. I ran back to wake the others and we looked to the light. It was white and not green as you would expect because human eyes detect the colour differently. The light was not bright enough to make a picture of it. But we were really lucky to see it. It's not you can see that every day! And at 4 am I went to sleep again.
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