The Nut at Stanley Tasmania

Wordless Wednesday: through the square window – 14 June 2017

It’s¬†Wordless¬†Wednesday as seen through the square window! Location: The Nut from the window at Highfield Historic Site, Stanley, Tasmania Debbie ūüôā You can also find¬†Deb’s World¬†in these places: Twitter,¬†Instagram,¬†Pinterest,¬†StumbleUpon,¬†G+,¬†Facebook¬†and Flipboard¬†

Top 10 tips, travel, Tasmania

#Top10 Tips for Two weeks of Travelling in Tasmania

Our Top 10 tips for seeing Tasmania in two weeks Disclaimer: We are two recently retired teachers who have been to Tasmania several times but we still have lots to see and do. ¬†These are our thoughts made from our notes and discussions as we travelled around. ¬†We wished someone had paid for our trip but sadly that didn’t happen!…

Embarrassing – Writespiration #119: Week 23

Writespiration¬†is a great challenge as it really gets my grey matter working. The challenge is to write something¬†using the weekly theme, in just 52 words‚Ķ. EXACTLY 52 words, no more, no less and it’s harder than it sounds. This week Sacha wants to know: Your most embarrassing moment‚Ķ and yes, it can be fiction, but I‚Äôd much prefer memoir! Give…

Discover Tasmania's West Coast

Tour de Tassie #4 – The Wild and Wonderful West Coast

The Tour de Tassie continues! Where to next?? From East to West So far I’ve told you about the circuitous route we took on our trip around Tasmania, ¬†our visit to¬†Timeless Tarraleah and our stay in the penitentiary on¬†Maria Island. The East Coast of Tasmania is a beautiful area – dark, deep forests with waterfalls and ancient trees, mountain bike…

Share your world, lighthouse, travel

Share Your World – 6 June 2017

I’m back from travelling around Tasmania and ready to participate in this week’s Share Your World. I’ve missed¬†participating and¬†reading other blogs while away but the bonus has been new perspectives¬†and topics to blog about ūüôā Questions and my responses¬†for this week are as follows: Q.¬†What‚Äôs your strongest sense? A. ¬†I’d like to say a sense of justice but that’s only…

Bike love, travel, Tasmania

My friend is a bit ‘different’ – Weekly Photo Challenge

Friend ¬†–¬†This week’s photo challenge asks us to share a photo of a friend I don’t have a pet dog to share a photo of I could share a photo of my husband, who’s also my friend Or a photo of one of my real friends. But I thought I’d share a photo (or two) of my bike instead. It’s…

Tasmania, travel

Tour de Tassie #3 – A circuitous route in more ways than one

The circuitous route ends here: We are now home from our two weeks travelling around Tasmania and it all ended as it started. ¬†Confused? Don’t be! We started our trip in Melbourne, meeting up with my sister and her husband on the boat, The Spirit of Tasmania, as we sailed across Bass Straight on our way to my niece’s wedding.…

Travel, adventure, Tasmania, cycling, history

Tour de Tassie РMaria Island 

What do two intrepid travellers decide to do while on a trip to Tasmania? Where do I start!!? Car packed with bikes, helmets, walking boots, cameras, warm clothes, food, sleeping bags, national park pass….tick ‚úĒÔłŹ No real plans or destinations in mind just a sense of freedom to go where we feel like visiting. It’s a nice way to travel…

Whitest Sand

Wordless Wednesday – 17 May 2017

It’s¬†Wordless¬†Wednesday! Enjoy your Wednesday –¬†wherever you are in the world. This is our favourite beach, where the bush meets the sea and it just happens to have the whitest sand in the world! Do you know where this beach is? ¬†Leave me a comment to tell me know where you think it is. (I’ve given you a clue!) Debbie ūüôā…