On our way back to the coast, we stopped in the town of Sheffield to look around and get some lunch.
We did find a very nice lunch indeed, and a few other interesting things into the bargain. After Dom had bought his brothers a treat with his pocket money, we set off to have a look around at some of the sights. Sheffield is a town of murals, and they had them painted over many of the shop walls and pretty much any other surface they could find in the town.
In the town we saw an antique shop, a marble store, an old general store and even an alpaca called Rico! I think the most impressive part of the whole town was Mount Rowland in the background so massive and imposing.
Then it was back to Devonport, for a catch up with the Spences and a few loads of washing in the days before getting the ferry back to the mainland.