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Today was a pleasant start to the trip with no hassles. Paul
dropped me at the airport in plenty of time. Even before I reached the
terminal, I was accosted by another lady who had seen my baggage tag
identifying me as a member of the tour. It seems quite a few of us started in
Brisbane. Met up with Carmel and as we had already checked-in online, all we
had to do was to put in our suitcases.
As usual, Carmel ...
Last night we decided we would miss New Norfolk and the Gordon Dam and we would go to Bruny Island instead..
Up this morning and despite the showers we packed up and hit the road. It was not a long drive, about 33 kms. On the way we stopped at Margat and picked up a few groceries as we did not know what was on the island in regard to shops. I visited the op shop again and I picked up a royal Winton plate and a royal dolton plate. They were both a great ...
... Australian state of Tasmania. Tasmania isn't like the other states, it's situated on an island south of Melbourne, it also looks nothing like the rest of Australia, it's covered in picturesque mountains, rainforest, lakes and waterfalls, it actually is more like New Zealand or even Scotland (excluding the rainforest and beautiful beaches) than it does Australia. Our trip started with a pint at the airport at 6am. Followed by a delayed take off that made us almost an hour ...
... restaurant. I even go as far to whip out my phone's "notes" app and sporadically pretend as though I am commenting on the ambiance, the service, and the food. It seems to work, as I get some free tap water.
I find a bottle shop because I cannot fathom having one drink and trying to drive back across the Bridge of Death. I have one beer and fall asleep at 7:00 pm. That's what all adventure-seeking independent women do, right?
... stunning. After a quick dip in the insanely massive waves, we continued up the mountain to the lookout point. The ascend up the 45 degree slope was another test at our endurance, but the view from the lookout point was worth every step. The thing to do on a Saturday in Hobart: go to Salamanca Market. It's a huge outdoor market that sells everything you can imagine. We planned to peruse for an hour but got lost in looking at all the stalls and ended up staying for over two and a ...