We have internet! A big change from Deal Island.
After 45 hours of solid travel, we made it home. Our flight off the island was rough. It was windy and the pilot warned me my head might hit the ceiling. It didn’t and Tim managed to get a beautiful parting shot. One of my favorites. It shows the magnitude of the cliffs, the sea and the beautiful lighthouse, now partly painted.
We spent a day on lovely Flinders Island. It really is as beautiful as Deal Island, only with a few more people.
Next stop Launceston, Tasmania, where we visited old haunts: the Cataract Gorge, The Aquatic Center, Museum and the best hamburger joint around (twice). I also had my first flat white not made by me! So pretty.
Then our journey began. We flew to Sydney where we had a nine hour layover. We made good use of our time. We visited my favorite dumpling place and then we toured the Harbor. Never fails to delight.
Then 20 hours of flying…Followed by a six hour drive home. And we made it. After a week, I am beginning to adjust. And home is pretty sweet too.
Ihave hundreds of photos from Deal I was never able to upload. I will gradually get them online, until our next adventure.
3 thoughts on “Home sweet home”
Wow! The view of that lighthouse perched atop that cliff — What an adventure!
No place like hone! Thank you both for caring and maintaining a small part of our beautiful Kent Group National Park. We are having a cold week here in the south so I am showing off my gorgeous mittens. Enjoy your mountain home.