A Guide to Covering Tasmania’s East Coast in a Day

Everything looks better under a clear sky, especially in the photographs of beaches that entice people to places they’ve never been before. As luck would have it though, the weather forecast on my first visit to Tasmania‘s east coast indicated I wasn’t going to get any sunshine.

Drab skies were the best I could hope for, and plenty of overdue rain was predicted for the rest of my time there. Great for the Australians who rely on rainwater, but not so great for me. At least having a rented vehicle made it possible to cover the distance while the weather stayed fair. At least I didn’t have to worry about sunburn. [Read on]