Sandbanks Tier

Let’s keep the Tassie love rolling! Here’s another post from the Central Plateau, following on from yesterday’s Quamby Bluff adventure. We ventured up to the Great Lakes once again on the 30th December, the goal? To get Gemma to 20 Abels before the end of the year……whilst 6 months pregnant! Our quarry for the day … More Sandbanks Tier

Quamby Bluff

What’s this? Czeching Out Tasmania posting about Tasmania? What a novelty! I’ve been tearing through the blog posts from Ireland in recent weeks and completely neglected to post about Tassie. I am a terrible person, I know and I apologise profusely. So let’s get back into it, let’s get some Tassie action going! Back at … More Quamby Bluff

Achill Island

If I had to pick a highlight of our Wild Atlantic Way road-trip around Ireland, I’d have to say Achill Island would be it. With just 128km of coastline, it’s like a miniature Ireland all wrapped up in one spot. As keen hikers and lovers off all things bumpy in the landscape, Achill offers some … More Achill Island

Dursey Island

Ireland has a cable car. Yes…..Ireland. Something we’d oft associate with Switzerland or Austria or North America and other alpine places with proper mountains and genuine altitude that can leave you out of breath, exists on the little island where I was born. Which way do cable cars travel? Up right? And down again of … More Dursey Island

Three Castle Head

I have Netflix to thank for the very first stop on our main adventure. We watched a hilarious Irish movie earlier this year called The Young Offenders. It’s about two young scallywags from Cork who go on a big adventure to find a bale of cocaine washed ashore from a drug trafficking boat. It’s not … More Three Castle Head