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... as they know their curries!) once we were back in the room heat seemed to be a bit of an issue but in the closet I located the thickest, warmest lamb wool blanket I've ever seen. Seriously, they must have sheared 100 sheep to make this thing, it even came in its own carrying bag, if the weight of our luggage wasn't an issue... Saturday morning = SALAMANCA MARKET! This is considered Australia's best outdoor weekly market. It has everything from ...
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Wow , what an amazing tour it has been so far. The joy I experience while I sing is amazing! It has , been so much fun here singing and sight seeing. My favorite place so far would had to have been the bongorong wildlife park and going up to Mt Wellington- It was so great playing in the snow. I also really enjoyed the Cadbury Visitors center and don't worry mum I didn't stuff myself with ...
... All credit to them for this.
Had to literally fly through Sydney customs, pick up our luggage, check it in at the domestic transfer desk, catch the transfer bus to the domestic terminal, and ..... get the evil glares from the waiting passengers as they had to hold up the plane for us. Oh well, we definitely won't shy away from a grand entrance.
Both flights (Ak - Syd, Syd - Hobart) were uneventful although a few of the girls (and grown-ups too, mind ...
... 8216;lunatic asylum’ to cope with the resulting
mental illness in prisoners. Our guide pointed out some similarities with
modern penal systems. Our motel room, interestingly, was named after one of the
prisoners. We looked up the data-base in the data base one found one Joseph
Frith – no idea if he is related! The first governor, after whom Port Arthur is
named, was a dreadful man.
From one devil, onto ...
Hobart, Tasmania is a beautiful city where they have preserved the old buildings. Like much of Australia, the roads and buildings were built by convicts. We arrive early this morning and awoke to this view from our veranda.
We visited the Apple Museum in Huonville in the Huon Valley. This valley produced apples that were shipped all over the world. The old apple trees have been replaced with trees that are much shorter and easier to prune and pick since ...
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