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 colorful history, has great connection in the earlier prisoners due to its nearness in Sarah Island, a notorious penal settlement during convict era and it also became port access for mining settlement areas in the island. The town’s name was came from its colony’s governor, Sir George Cumine Strahan.