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... evening and a 'songs of Broadway' show at night completed our first day at sea. Have now (7:45am) docked in Hobart on a grey, cold, misty rainy day. Planning to go for a walk into town, find a free wifi with coffee and a no fuss day. Next two days at sea across Tasman, then into NZ fjords (weather permitting) and Monday into Dunedin for next wifi hit! Enjoy...we ...
At two o'clock we went to a free performance at the Theatre Royal.
Zac and Tom came for a sleepover with me tonight. We watched Wind in the Willows and had fish and chips for tea. Nanna made chicken for Tom and me, but then I decided I do like fish when it is in ...
... their necks where the male grabs the female and takes them into their burrows and mate for a week!!!!! Saw loads of other animals, a great little park that we really, really enjoyed. Next stop was Port Arthur Historic Site, one of the biggest tourist attractions in Tasmania. Port Arthur was one of the initial penal settlements in Australia established in 1830 as a timber logging camp using convict labour for government projects. From 1833 Port Arthur was used as ...
... her in a few photos along the way and yes, she is that gorgeous woman you see who most likely has her hand wrapped around a fruity cocktail while sitting by the pool.
Chelsea is our daughter and has recently turned 5. Chelsea has the most contagious energy and a smile to match. She enjoys arts and crafts and loves animals.
We all love to eat and meals times are special. We ...
... highest peak in Australia). I had nightmares knowing that we had to drive this steep and curvy roadway. So I drove, thinking that being in control might help alleviate my nerves. It did – to a point. The gravel road was full of twists, turns with a Jacob’s ladder at the end.
Terrifying. The weather at the top was about 5 degrees – so toque and gloves required. Unfortunately, no black flies for Doug ...
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