Monthly Archives: June 2017

Tasmania (Day 3) : From Cradle Mountain to Sheffield to Deloraine

Two nights stay in the dorm was over and our stuff were all packed back in our backpacks again. Last day of the trip came, a signal that our trip is almost over in few hours. Three days was not enough to see the whole island of Tasmania but I am already thankful I had a chance to see some

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Panoramic View : Mount Roland

Panoramic View  (Post#28) : Mount Roland When we were on our way to visit Sheffield town, I got a chance to see the stunning scenery of Mount Roland inside the vehicle. The mountain is a conservation area in the north-west coast of Tasmania and Sheffield is the nearest town at the vicinity of the mountain. The photo is part of Tasmania

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Discovery : Waldheim Chalet

Discovery (Post#20) : Waldheim Chalet After trekking and bush walking from Marions Lookout in Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park area, we reached Waldheim Cabins, a lodging at Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage site. Within the Cabins, we found a restored or replica of the rustic house of Gustav and Kate Weindorfer called Waldheim (“forest home”) Chalet which showcasing the

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Tasmania (Day 2) : From Montezuma Falls to Strahan to Henty Dunes

I cannot forget my travel in Tasmania because it was one of my travel that I felt how its freezing cold the winter season is in Australia. I experienced winter in Melbourne, but I seldom stayed outside for too long and since I stayed in apartment-hotel, I can control the temperature in my room. It was different when I was

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Discovery : Strahan – One of the Loneliest Places on Earth

Discovery (Post#19) : Strahan – One of the Loneliest Places on Earth One of the best thing in traveling is seeing new places and learning something about the place. When we were touring around Tasmania island, we had a chance to visit a small town in western part of Tassie called Strahan. The town has its own shares of its

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Still Expression : Henty Dunes – Jumping

Still Expression (Post#7) : Henty Dunes – Jumping The so-called Jump signature of the tour company that we joined in. Even though that is not the case, our group had a great time, having fun in the sands even its winter time. These photos are part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection June 2013.   Please follow and like us:20

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Chromatic Outlook : Strahan Wharf Centre

Chromatic Outlook (Post#34) : Strahan Wharf Centre While roaming around at Strahan, we found a viewing area of the harbour and here we saw from a distance the town’s wharf where most of the water transportation docks. The photo is part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection June 2013.   Please follow and like us:20

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Panoramic View : Henty Sand Dunes

Panoramic View (Post#27) : Henty Sand Dunes Our last itinerary during our second day tour around Tasmania was playing around at Henty Sand Dunes which still part of Strahan, this was the place where our group had the historic and memorable jump adventures which signifies the thematic name of the tour company. The photo is part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection

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Transportation : Strahan – Cruising Boats

Transportation (Post#6) : Strahan – Cruising Boats Because Strahan became the gateway of Tasmania’s World Heritage Wild Rivers National Park, cruising boats are common to see since the town converted its major industry from mining to tourism. The photo is part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection June 2013. Please follow and like us:20

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Name Of The Place : Montezuma Falls

Name Of The Place (Post#28) : Montezuma Falls During our second day adventure in Tasmania, we had a walk inside the rain-forest of Rosebery until we found Montezuma Falls. The falls is the highest waterfalls in the island. The photo is part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection June 2013. Please follow and like us:20

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Travel Diary 101 : Flight Bound to Taiwan

Today is my flight bound to Taipei I decided to work from home to avoid too much traffic from the city since its Friday and to give me a chance to prepare my stuff as I am avoiding to miss anything in my backpack. While I am packing, I’m still working, monitoring all incoming emails from time to time. I am

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Tasmania (Day 1) : From Mount Field to Lake St Clair to Donaghys Hill

I flew to Hobart from Melbourne at Sunday evening, June 16, 2013. I booked 3-Days tour from 17 to 19 and will return to Melbourne at 20th of the same month. I was booked for overnight stay at Edinburgh Gallery Bed & Breakfast for the next day’s start of adventure. Monday, I woke-up early and had a quick breakfast in

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Precious Moment In The Mountain : Donaghys Hill

Precious Moment In The Mountain (Post#26) : Donaghys Hill Second best thing that I experienced during the tour in Tasmania was the time that we went to Donaghys Hill Lookout. We did a trek to reached the lookout and we had a 360 degrees views of amazing wilderness in the area. The lookout is almost at the center between Franklin-Gordon

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Featuring Our World : Lake St Clair

Featuring Our World (Post#4) : Lake St Clair One of the itinerary in the first day tour in Tasmania was having lunch near the Australia’s deepest fresh water lake which is Lake St Clair. When I saw the lake, it was truly a peaceful lake, a relaxing scenery to enjoy. These photos are part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection June 2013. Please follow and

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Picture Frame : Russell Falls

Picture Frame (Post#4) : Russell Falls The tour that I joined involves nature adventure, it includes a bit of walking and trekking. When the tour started, our first stop after reaching Mount Field National Park was Russell Falls which said to be Tasmania’s prettiest waterfall. The water flows in layer which makes it really a fascinating falls.  These photos are part

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Discovery : Eucalyptus Regnans (Mountain Ash, Swamp Gum, or Stringy Gum)

Discovery (Post#18) : Eucalyptus Regnans (Mountain Ash, Swamp Gum, or Stringy Gum) Eucalyptus Regnans, the tallest Flowering Trees in Earth that can be found in Mount Field National Park in Tasmania. It is second tallest to the coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens). The  photos are showing the remnants of the Eucalyptus Regnans where the middle of it is hollow. And another

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Life Of Others : Scarlet Robin

Life Of Others (Post#7) : Scarlet Robin Aside from Tasmanian Pademelon, we saw Scarlet Robin while continuing the walks around Russell Falls. Thinking that it will fly away from us, I took the snapshot from a distance. I was fascinated because I saw this kind of birds on their natural habitat and not in the cages. The photo is part

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Top 4 Places Visited in Canberra

Since I finished featuring Canberra City in my site, now I can rank the places that I visited in the city according to my preference or my liking. If you had visited the city, what are your top places in Canberra? And why? TOP 1 – MOUNT AINSLIE Mount Ainslie Lookout gave me a chance to see the city at one point,

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3-Days Itinerary To Explore Tassie

Even though the season in Australia at that time was winter, the season cannot stop me from going somewhere. Because of the thoughts that I will be leaving Australia in August in that same year of 2013 and thinking that I will never be returning again during my first project, I really planned to see as much as I can

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