We drove up (or down?) the coast, stopping briefly at this place because it looked so good.
This policeman was standing out the front, squeakily waving and freaking everyone out.
Shy mermaid. The others waited in the car.
Stopped at some crazy Tessellated rocks. Ah, nature, you crazy thing.
Speaking of nature, this was an arch or a blowhole, maybe just an arch. We went to a couple of blowholes, but the party was sort of over because they had eroded away to just big, bizarre holes.
Went for a walk with backwards woman.
Jake and I strayed to dangerous, non-official lookouts
to see this! It must be said, there was a perfectly good, safe lookout further on that we should have waited for.
Another cool thing. Quite spectacular stuff over there, especially considering we were prancing around in the snow the day before.
Equally as spectacular were these tempura mushrooms. Though we decided they were more just battered mushrooms, they were absolutely delicious!
Sundown on the way back to the ranch.
Here I am on the final morning of our stay. I wore this cardigan from Heddie and Peter's collection for our entire stay. Very sad to say goodbye.
Got right into the swing of things.
Our final mission was sort of the whole point of our trip: MONA. This place is freakin' incredible! It's hard to describe how huge, epic, weird and funny it is. This water wall dropped all the most googled words. I can't remember the names of any of the artists, sorry.
This skull is made from beetles and is holding a bird in its mouth.
This is a mummified cat.
Gen and Jake checking out a Kandinsky that happened to be in a room with some crazy swinging poles with lights on the end of them.
I saw a lady asking this sculpture if it was okay
There was so much stuff there. Our friend Laith even has a picture in there.
We took a short break for a delicious lunch we had bought from a gourmet deli on the way to the museum, including some of the stinkiest washed rind brie any of us had ever encountered. It smelled terrible.
There were so many rooms full of crazy stuff this eccentric gambler has bought.
A highlight was this machine that makes poo. It smelled exactly like the cheese from lunch.
It has a poo every day at around 3pm. We just missed it!
Thought Joey might like this one.
I loved these ancient coins.
This was the final room. I won't spoil it for you, but it was pretty cool.
One of many mummies. This is the end of my Tasmanian communication. It was an amazing trip! I have to go to work now.