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Managed to respectably get up about 7.30am and headed off to Devonport for our evening date with the Ferry via The Elephant Pass Pancake cafe. Did not need 3 pancakes between us and promptly felt sick for about 2hrs. They were good though, I regret nothing.
Made very good time to Devonport so went and spent a few hours around the Mersey Bluff light house. I skated to the top and ...
... I had booked. We stayed in a little cottage, which wasn't quite ready yet when we arrived so we went for dinner in the little town. We had a stone baked pizza and tried the local oysters. When we got back to the cottage there was a bottle of wine on the counter to apologize for not having it ready when we arrived. Very cute.
Thursday we woke up to rain but it stopped thankfully and we drove the short distance ...
... bar to put a sensational full stop on the day. Whilst the ladies lashed on the cocktails, I was content with a refreshing vodka, lime & soda...oh the citrus humanity. Up reasonably early this morning, darkness maintained until later in the morning and of course setting in earlier in the evening, I made my way into Central Hobart for a little breakfast action. Found a neat little cafe for poached eggs and bacon, regenerating the batteries ...
... of the brightly coloured mechanisms within the museum Jen, Lauz and I all got bored and proceeded outside to circle the haunted yard. Play time was over and we were loaded back into the car for our final leg.
We hit the traffic of the city before the physical city itself. I say traffic but it was nothing compared to standard Sydney traffic however after a day when hours could be spent on the road without passing a single car it seemed very ...
... and even my vertigo did not interfere. The view of the river and beyond at the end platform was stunning. The last 20 mtrs is supported only from the previous staunchon so there is a bit of swing movement at the end. So another first among many firsts on this trip and well worthwhile. Our return trip included stops at a couple of local touristy places to checkout local produce and gifts to compete a long but enjoyable ...
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