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... Laughing Jack would have had to have done this before 1936, because that was the year the Tasmanian Tiger was officially declared extinct. Jack lasted a little longer, finally defeated by a rogue Wombat!
We arrived at "The Lodge on Elizabeth" around 4.00 pm. The Lodge was designed by convict John Lee Archer and built in 1829 for John Stacey, the Colony's first auctioneer. Our bed though, is at least two year's younger.
... you fall in love with it, but your connection with it is a personal thing. Something you love, may have a completely different impact on someone else. And there is too much to show and tell. However there was this one piece, that I sat watching for 45 minutes. It was simply too beautiful for words and amazing to think "How on earth did they do this", David Claerbout's "The Algiers' Sections of a Happy Moment" and it was a mass collection of over 50,000 photographs all ...
"Located at latitude 40 degrees South in the island state of Tasmania, Hobart is Australia's second oldest city. The city is rich in character and history, nestled next to one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world and at the base of Mt Wellington, which rises 4,166 feet above sea level. Hobart has wonderful stone buildings surrounding the waterfront and little colonial cottages lining the narrow lanes of Battery Point."
John and I can attest ...
... kitchen, also some lookouts from the cliff tops. Then a chocolate factory and tasting at Taranna where we are staying in a unit called Abs on the Bay. Tomorrow we head into Port Arthur historical area. Weather is cooler and greyer but dry. Tuesday Feb 25th Port Arthur After a leisurely start we drove the loop rd to Port Arthur via Nubeena where we had coffee by the bay Then onto the PA Historic site where we did the basic intro tour plus ...
... me and Adam aren't into art it was interesting to see what was there. Adams favourite was a machine that ate digested and then pooed. My favourite was a 2m Buddha made using all the used incense powder from pagodas in Shanghai. After being art critics we sat outside in the beautiful grounds with a sampler of all 5 Moo beers that are brewed on ...
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