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... on the introductory tour giving the history, the points of interest & a full explaination of the conditions that were undertaken by the convicts, some things we learnt were very different from the perception of the convicts life that we have all held (try a 5 1/2 day working week) they had better pay & conditions than a free man in the old country.
Back to Hobart for the night been a big day we walked over the whole site it is ...
Off to the airport again we go, this time we are flying from Melbourne to a place called Tasmania, which sounds a very funny place, but other grown-ups have told the grown up that itis a very nice place to visit.
The grown-up got to sit next to the window and she let me look out before we the pilot turned the key and started the engine. It was very high up and I could see other aeroplanes from the window too. Then ...
... in Hobart. We tried the famous scallop pie that Tasmania is known for but it wasn't great! After wards, we walked round the city and found a cool outdoor chest game! We walked up some different small streets and laneways admiring the cute houses and shops! That evening, we headed up to the top of Mt Wellington. Up there has the most amazing 360degree views across the whole city and bay.
On the Sunday, we ...
... were trees down and caravans on their side from the storms that had hit when we were in Launceston.
Down from Hobart we headed to Port Arthur, most commonly known for its World heritage Site of eleven remnant penal sites built within the British Empire in the 18th and 19th century. This is officially Tasmania’s top tourist attraction and in 1996 was the scene of worst mass murder event in post-colonial Australian history, when ...
... Cadbury chocolates! By the time we came out of the shop, the wind had come up and it was surprisingly cool after the two previous warm days. We arrived home about 3pm and by this time the temperature and clouds had dropped, covering the surrounding hills with mist. This made it the ideal weather to stay indoors, have a cup of coffee, download photos and commence our travelpod. We are moving on tomorrow, so it was early to bed after completing our ...
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