The earth is large enough to share but mankind's heart is not large enough to care - A. D. Williams 🌱🐾
As older as I get I am more convinced and even proud than ever that I descided in the age of 9 to become a vegetarian. 🐖 Now I'm in the state to understand it is not "only" about the animlas - also because of the the whole environment! And I'm even changing my diary direction eating only plantbased products. ------------------------------------------------
I can only recommend to watch the documentary #Cowspiracy ! 🐮
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#travelog #2018 #tasmania .
Actually feeling owed a decent comment for this place after the trip for long. Simply saying, it should be the second best experience I had so far.
The accommodation was once a hydro electric pump house located in lake St. Clair. It is a peaceful and calm spot while you could spend the whole afternoon next to the silent ripples.
At night, there were lots of wallaby and wombat around the area. Extra credit - try to be an early bird before sunrise to enjoy the reflection of the purple sky in the lake - just sit on your bed would make it.
Dinner would offer you a share table experience with other guests. And there is an "honesty" bar for you to fill how many glasses (or bottles) you did drink, or you could skip it lol.
P.S. Don't go for it if you are party person or shopper, unless you enjoy party with wallabies.
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Why did the echidna cross the road?
Echidna are super special animals. Known as a monotreme they are unique among us mammals!
They lay eggs which the babies, puggles, later snuggle up in a pouch like other Australian animals.
The only other monotremes are the platypus and another few types of echidna. I also read they don’t have nipples and the dudes have 4 headed penises. Rad!
A truly stunning photo from Friendly Beaches, on the Freycinet Peninsula, thanks to @keassha 🏖
Friendly Beaches is one of Tassie’s great shot walks… or long walks. The track to the beach is just 10 metres long and from there you are free to explore for minutes or hours in either direction. The Friendly Beaches campground is located on the Freycinet Peninsula, just north of the town of Coles Bay. It is situated on an undeveloped coastline surrounded by light sand beaches, which makes it a very desirable place to camp.
The campground begins where Friendly Beaches Road reaches the car park at the start of the Friendly Beaches Walk. From here, the dirt road turns north up the coast and continues for half a kilometer. There are a few campsites spaced out along the road that resemble grass parking spots, along with larger areas to camp in on dirt turnout. Just a short way up the road there is a toilet for the campground.
Don’t be surprised to find you are the only ones there…. except that is for one of Tasmania's few native terrestrial mammals that is on the threatened species list is found in the area. Indeed, the New Holland mouse was first discovered in Tasmania in 1976 in the heathlands of the Friendly Beaches. It is listed as rare.
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