Not so hospitable today


Tue 06 Mar 2012
Drawn worse by the blue skies of last evening I made my way towards cradle Mountain. Everything seems so close with the deceivingly short k is between points of interest in Tasmania.

The fact that is often forgotten by mainlanders is completely obvious, none of the road to straight!
100 ks might be short distance had 100km/h but at 60 dodging wildlife at night is just diabolical and very tiring.

That's my overnight stop became a lookout at the side of the road at Mount Willmott. It's not on the tourist maps but nonetheless has a magnificent outlook and the comfort of the van right there.

Cradle mountain seems even further away today but we will see the weather has closed and it might herald return to the original plan to head to the east coast.

John Nayler

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John Nayler

In a world where it is critical to cut through the noise and stand out, John Nayler quietly delivers significant competitive advantage through an in-depth knowledge and intense fascination with content, information and the digital world. Describing his first contact with the internet in 1998 as ‘Love At First Sight’, John successfully created the laptop lifestyle before it was a buzzword, growing a highly regarded digital and media agency, inventing and commercialising products, and launching niche magazines, from aboard his boat in the Whitsunday Islands – one of the most sought after island locations in the world. Competitive advantage is a hard-contact, tactical game which can be won or lost in the digital space. John’s education and commitment to his field, and experience at the forefront of marketing and management in the IT space, delivers an innate understanding of how to position, communicate and leverage to deliver improved visibility, lead flow, and ultimately drive sales and profitability.