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Riley is now all settled in his holiday house where he'll vacation for the next 12 months. Whilst our little munchkin lives it up sitting by the wood heater or laying on nan and pops bed we are off to Canada on our working holiday. It was so hard to leave our baby behind but he is going to be well looked after by his ...
... did have a display on of the threat of albinos living in Tanzania. Most of the art is meant to provoke debate and as Lotus increasingly tries to understand modern art she tells me it's not necessary stuff you want to hang up in your living room but rather art that is meant to provoke debate. Next stop was mount Wellington for panoramic views of Hobart. Lotus and I had originally wanted to do the six hour hike to the top but we were a bit pushed for time ...
... the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens where we easily found a parking spot. With a gold coin donation for entry we were able to roam around the lovely gardens and relax in the shade on park benches or on the grass under the large leafy oak trees. After checking the site map to make sure we had visited all the areas, we returned to the car and headed back into town to the dock area.
This time we made sure we bought a valid parking ticket ...
... quite early and the market was already busy. They have handmade crafts to dog food to souvenirs to food and much, much, much more. The fun for us was simply walking around the market and of course sampling food when we could. Unfortunately, most of the food wasn't priced all that differently than if we were to purchase it at a supermarket, so other than a couple of $1 doughnuts and a $5 burger for lunch, we didn't buy anything. And ...
... the case. Indeed, there’s more – we can see dolphins and seals working together to hunt for fish, shoaling them before they attack, and witness the birds doing their best to steal the easy prey near the surface (led mostly by the diving gannets!) It’s spectacular and rare – the sort of thing the crew have never really seen before, and they’re out here twice a day all year round – so we’re really privileged to witness it. We stay ...
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