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Tasmanian Devils and Convicts - is that all Tasmania has to offer? Certainly not...what a neat city we visited this week. Flight: Virgin Australia (only offer Tea, Coffee and Water - on our 6 hours of traveling here Tuesday we were very hungry because we Accommodations: Couchsurfers - Melanie and Alistair - really excellent people to know here in Hobart - laid back, great living situation and active in many local events through their connections at Edge Radio where they both ...
... of one of the largest Australian penal colonies, for a bit of a look around. Then we head back to Hobart, stopping on the way to visit a Tasmanian Devil conservation centre, where we get our first sight of these incredibly rare animals (seeing them in the wild is highly unusual these days). It’s an interesting place with various ways to see them, including a Perspex dome you can stick your head into. We also witness them being fed – as one of the ...
... s Group. Cascade produces a range of beers, homebrew, apple cider ('Mercury Cider' brand) and non-alcoholic beverages including apple juice, blackcurrant syrup & carbonated beverages.
Ian showed us the workers bar where the employees could sample the brews. Initially the workers were able to drink as much as they wanted during the day. However over time this was pulled back.
The next ...
... with friends. Did the Ross Half Marathon on Father's Day. We went as a family with Glennda and the girls doing 10km then cheering me across the finish line. That was it, I was hooked and feeling great. Burnie 10 was shared with Glennda and a few staff from work. Great to do something as a couple. Bruny Island 64km ultra marathon done as a relay with my sunday running friends. ...
... daughter, 2 suitcases and a pram in tow. We could see an Avis and Budget building a fair distance away, and nothing closer, so we forged ahead in the cool and breezy day.
After we had crossed the car park, we found some bushes and a road separated us from our Budget office, so leaving the women and children behind, my mate and I continued toward the Budget office, over the bushes, across the road and down a driveway that reminded us more of a service ...
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