The Final Day In Tasmania

by Brendon on May 20, 2009

Wow, what a brilliant holiday it’s been.

  • The weather has been great – 2 days of rain (1 day being very light) out of 11 was fine with us.
  • The roads are perfect for motorbike riding – get off the main highways and take the B and C quality roads.  They’re fine and much more interesting.
  • The food – incredible.
  • The sights – most beautiful place in Australia.
  • The people – really friendly and helpful.
  • The beer – cold, tastes like honey and plenty of it.
  • The women – magnificent!

So we’d had a ball.  It was time to leave.

Because we’re a bunch of very clever men we decided to cut it fine and, I won’t name any names (it was me), we managed to make our flight after a desperate dash to the airport.

12 Seconds To Spare

12 seconds to spare before the flight was closed.

Heh, it’s called making the most of your time.

So off we set for home, anticipating a very warm welcome from our wives as we walked up the steps to the plane cabin.

Cheers

P.S  Okay, here’s some photos to get you keen for that Tassie holiday.

3aTop of Mt Wellington – 20 minutes easy ride after picking
up the bikes in a Hobart suburb

2aTop of Mt Wellington still – a 90 degree turn right from taking the 1st photo
What an amazing start to the holiday

1aPoss, Birdman, Riley, Golden Knob
Top of Mt Wellington

kev0901Flyboy heads into Pipers Brook Vineyard

johnny-derwent-bridge-twsBirdman explodes out of the low cloud

dave-poss-corrinaRiley & Poss living life large

edge-of-the-worldEdge of the World – Western most point of Tasmania

johnny-poss-dave-strahan-twsBirdman, Poss & Riley heading out from Macquarie Harbour

riley-birdmanRiley & Birdman head towards Derwent Bridge