I love trees, lighthouses, being on the water, all things paper, photography and Adamson's Peak.
I recently did the Cape Pillar walk on the Tasman Peninsula. We did it as an overnighter, but you could do it as a long day walk if you were keen, although its nice to have time to enjoy the spectacular views over Tasman Island. I agree with Courtney, the Walls of Jerusalem are also very impressive. You can't go too wrong picking a walking spot in Tassie! almost 12 years ago
Thanks rokambur. We have actually decided on Bulgaria so I'm pleased you suggested it. Do you have any tips/suggestions/highlights while there? almost 12 years ago
If you are willing to leave the mainland Borneo is fantastic. Most of the tourism is focussed on Sabah, but we preferred Sarawak, especially Kuching. Yes alcohol is expensive, it is a muslim country, but everything else is very cheap and travelling around is fairly easy. The people are very helpful and friendly. almost 12 years ago
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