Saturday, August 16, 2014

Silence serenity retreat in Tasmania respite from chemotherapy

We came over to Tasmania in the car ferry 'Spirit of Tasmania' from Melbourne to Devonport, Tasmania on an overnight crossing.   A very calm sailing with only 300 passengers on board instead of close to 700 making it a much more pleasant journey.  We disembarked with our car just prior to 7am and after a breakfast stop in a little bakery cafe near the wharf we had an hour's drive through rainforest and hills to our destination at Green's Beach - a beautiful little cove with about 100 homes and a very lovely beach.   We had a walk along the beach, drink at the little cafe/shop and then a good sleep as I did not sleep much on the ferry.

Yesterday we drove closer to Launceston to Grindelweld - the Swiss village and Lake Louise where we had another lovely walk.

Today another walk on the beach while the sun was shining and a rest at home as my breathing was a bit tight.

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