Freycinet National park is ticked off the list ✔. After a couple of days hiking, climbing mountains and camping, I’m ready to keep on traveling. You’ll hear and see everything about it when the after movie is published -(update: find the travel video here)-. My next destination as I continue down the Tasmanian east coast is Maria Island! Main goals here are seeing some wild life and have a stroll in between the old convict buildings! Hopefully I get to see a wild Tasmanian Devil here! Looking forward and I’ll keep you updated 🙂
Another video is ready for the www.yentldoggen.com viewers :). Here is my trip to Freycinet National Park! In the video you’ll see there’s lots of hiking and climbing in the Freycinet Park. I had the best time filming and editing. Hopefully you enjoy watching my adventure! See you for the next video.
Things we get to see in the video (in order of appearance):
Here is the video of my trip to Bruny Island in Tasmania! I had a great time filming and editing. Hopefully you enjoy watching my adventure! See you for the next video. Yes, there are more videos on the way! yay! 🙂
Some of the things we get to see in the video (in order of appearance):
From Hobart to Bruny Island and now to Freycinet National Park! Yes, I just spend the last 3 nights camping and hiking on Bruny Island and got everywhere I wanted to go by hitch-hiking! I am already working on a little after movie so that shouldn’t be too far away either. 🙂 – (update: here is the after movie) – The albino wallaby’s and the Cape Bruny Lighthouse are checked off the list. I even got to spend a night at the neck and completed all the walks I wanted to do in the South Bruny National Park. Big succes!
Also, when I was walking/hitch-hiking on Bruny Island I found a lovely person that was going to drive up the east coast of Tasmania and offered me a ride to anywhere. So I decided once again to throw all previous travel plans overboard and to just go with the flow. That flow brought me to Coles Bay, at the edge of Freycinet National Park. What happens from here will be for a next post but after four days of camping I need to have a shower. 🙂
After spending the week in Hobart it’s time to leave again. Hopefully I can find some time, later on, to treat you and myself with a little after movie. – (update: here is the after movie) – For now I’ll just let you know that it has been a good week and I can’t wait to discover more of Tasmania! Next destination will be Bruny Island. I’ll take the bus from Hobart to Kettering and from there the ferry to Bruny Island. The main goals on the island are to see the Cape Bruny Lighthouse and the albino wallaby’s! I got some other plans too, but since I will be hitch-hiking it’s always a surprise where I will end up! Anyway, we will find out later 🙂
Due to the rising Covid-19 cases in Victoria it seemed a bad idea leaving Tasmania. My original plan was to spend some time with friends in Melbourne before going back to Tassie, but I cancelled that flight this morning. So as we go: rebooked my flight, spend another day and night on King Island and fly tomorrow morning to Hobart! Yay! Adventure is waiting again!
Exciting news from King Island, Australia! Today was my last day of work at King Island Dairy! A job I did for the last 14 month. In case you were wondering, yes, I know a lot about making cheese now :D. And however I’m very happy at the moment to have finished working I also know that at some point I will miss doing this job and even more living my life on the Island. It has been a long time but also a very good time, but after 14 months it is more than time to go again. A traveler is still a traveler in the end 🙂
So! Next Thursday I’m flying to Melbourne. Back to where I come from to catch up with the friends I made there (locals, because most backpackers are gone haha). It also gives me enough time now to catch up with everybody on King Island before I leave. Than in Melbourne I’ll take time to rest a little bit and prepare my Tasmania trip! I can’t wait but I am also a bit sad leaving everybody!