Nah, not this. This is nothing compare to the next photo.
We sat in the middle of the road, risking getting hit by heavy truck! KIDS, PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT THE ACTION DEMONSTRATED AS ABOVE. THEY HAVE UNDERGONE AN INTENSIVE TRAINING FOR SUCH DANGEROUS ACTS. THANK YOU.
And we still can laugh out loud as if we have done something brilliant….
A very friendly dog living in 41° South. He loves Selina.
We came across 41° South Salmon & Ginseng Farm in a TV programme and we thought, we must go there!
Salmon feeding pond. Beware, don’t fall into the hungry salmon pond!
They breed salmons and make them into smoked salmon and rillettes which you can buy and bring back to home as souvenir. In case you are wondering, the smoked salmon is seal-packed and can last up to 3 days without refrigeration. Beside salmon, we also bought their leatherwood ginseng honey and ginseng spice. The ginseng spice is good for marinating meat or as what you can think of like sprinkle on top of the spaghetti or soup. Highly recommended!
Lunch time! Salmon Rillettes with toasts. I can still remember clearly the warmth of the sun on my skin, the little cottage on our left, the grass field in front of us and……. the salivating dog beside me! Although simple, but this is one of the best meals I’ve had in Tasmania.
Next stop: Honey Farm. Just about 10 minutes away from 41° South. It was out of our plan but since it’s so near and seems interesting, we dropped by to say HI to …..
The Busy BEEeee…….. :D (ok, very lame I know)
Free tasting of more than 50 kinds of Honey! Honey feast! I have a sweet lips after that ^3^
And ice-cream! Leatherwood & Blue Gum honey ice cream, YUM! :9
Ahhh, in a blink of an eye, it’s sunset time already. Guess what, it’s not even 6pm yet!
Sunset at Round Mountain
1 week passes by faster than I thought! I’m aiming to do 1 post a week. So far, I’m doing good :) So cheers to me & you! ^.^V~