Thursday

Tasmania





cruising around in a motorhome was a great way to see Tasmania. the roads are so narrow and winding, it was hairy scary, but the nature surrounding us was worth the panic attacks i was having at each bend. it feels like an untouched paradise. theres not a lot of people, or development and the roads are only just big enough for vehicles. nature feels like it is more important there. i wish that were the truth. im not talking about hobart, but up the east coast to the bay of fires. we found this beach called Dora Point, and it was like our private little paradise. with only one other family there we played with the sea for a few hours of pure joy. we then walked up the path to our motorhome and slept beside the sea.
oh how i love to wake up and look out the window to see the sea. and to lie in bed at night and hear the waves. love.

4 comments:

Sally said...

Bay of Fires is awesome isn't it? Your photos are stunning... as usual.

Lauren said...

Isn't it so lovely? I'd love to hire a campervan and tour around one day. For now we just take tiny trips when we can and see it a bit at a time :) Beautiful pics. xx

kelly said...

Wow wow wow....

Claire Gale said...

hey manda, it's so nice to hear people say lovely things about tassie. you sure picked a good time to come, what a summer we've had this year. lovely to read your blog x