When Rowen and Leanne Carter opened their caravan park in Tasmania’s Huon Valley 10 years in the past, they determined it will be purely for vacationers, with no long-term spots.
Lower than 5 years later, Tasmania’s housing disaster got here knocking at their door — within the type of a determined single mom.
You and a bunch of your friends are sitting around, catching up over drinks and dinner. Someone, suitably drunk, suggests a Goa trip. Everyone else, also tipsy at this point, raucously agrees and wants in. Everyone is suggesting dates, hotels to stay, places to eat at. Then, one alarmingly enthusiastic person suggests a road trip.