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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmberley House Hobart
Beautiful little guesthouse in Hobart
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... for extra security checks.
What is it about this girl that makes her targeted every single time??? We
chose to walk up and down the terminal rather than sit down. Getting on the
plane was easy. I even had a window which wasn’t much use until half-way
through the trip when the clouds dissipated a bit. We arrived 10 minutes early
and spent that time lining up for the totally inadequate bathroom facilities at
the miniscule ...
... think the first op shop that hasn't checked the Internet to see what they sell for. It was a St Vinnies as well...
Ten kilometres to go to Kettering and pay for the ferry and wait in the que. it was only $60 return for the ferry which I thought was not too bad as we are 12.5 metres long in total. We were behind a log truck on the ferry so our view was not the best but they let us wonder around while crossing. It takes about 15 minutes.
Once off ...
... that we minded, all 5 of us were exhausted from working flat out up until the trip. We all slept through take off and almost until the plane landed again. We picked up our campervan with little complications, our home was to be a 5 seater ex-people carrier with a tent attached to the roof, with "I'm not cheap, but I am on special this week" graffetti written on the back, a skeleton with "Rock and roll" written on one side, and a tribute to the late Jimi Hendrix on the other. ...
... another random mountain. We've learned to never assume anything, we're usually wrong. I didn't realize how high we were actually driving until I looked over and was eye level with some clouds. The 1200m peak overlooked all of Hobart and the surrounding area. It had more of a desert feel up there with all the rocks being an orange colour, no trees for shade, and geckos everywhere. This hike was a little more rugged than the others as there wasn't a set footpath. You made your own ...
... We overnighted at Terraleah - a town built to service the building and the running of the nearby Hydroelectric plant built in the 1930s. By 2004 the place was empty and a family bought the whole town and set about making it a tourist destination and to fantastic effect. Wednesday 4 February Mt Field After checking out the great engineering works of the Hydro we travelled to Mt Field for a feast of natural beauty with walks taking in the waterfalls and the Swamp ...