The Nut and Stanley – A Taste of Tasmania – The Final Chapter

Tasmanian is wonderful and this series has been very beautiful and informative.

A Word in Your Ear

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Stanley nestles below a 152m high volcanic rock formation called the Circular Head, more fondly known by its nickname ‘the nut’.   purported to be over 12.5 million years old it has stunning views from the top I cant’ attest to this as I was spending the day resting on the beach.   The town is ‘cute’ – old-fashioned, regenerated weatherboard houses surrounded by nodding long-stemmed flower balls and  picketed fences that line the street under the nut whilst the shops smack of times gone by when women promenaded along the sea front, in voluptuous skirts and long-sleeved blouses. shaded from the sun by parasols.

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The restaurants offer a la carte menus at a reasonable price or you could just buy your own food from the local supermarket, cook as the day fades and eat as the sun sets.

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As usual we headed out to catch the sunset and as usual…

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