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... Well it was 'the best' until I discovered the next bakery. Then there were coffee shops, museums, convict buildings and heritage sights to explore. At the end of the day my speedometer reading was an embarrassing 25klm! Tasmania's convict history had me intrigued. I spent hours, if not days, exploring convict heritage sites, bridges, churches & drystone walls constructed by convicts shipped here by the British Government in the late seventeen hundreds. As I delved further into ...
... stunning. After a quick dip in the insanely massive waves, we continued up the mountain to the lookout point. The ascend up the 45 degree slope was another test at our endurance, but the view from the lookout point was worth every step. The thing to do on a Saturday in Hobart: go to Salamanca Market. It's a huge outdoor market that sells everything you can imagine. We planned to peruse for an hour but got lost in looking at all the stalls and ended up staying for over two and a ...
... to swap over there's no way they'd get past each other in the aisle. Also I saw some old bloke wandering along and thought he was off to have a leak. Oh, that was a steward. I perhaps wouldn't have noticed but I recently listened to a Chinese podcast that spoke about this. (I once complained to Mxdermott about the cocktail waitresses at Caesars; he said ǐ should go to the Sands - their grandmothers work ...
... but I think we'd reached a point of seeing Tasmania to ourselves that sharing with 200 people shuffling around a boardwalk or queuing for lunch it was a disappointment but nonetheless very good, simply due to the beauty of the huge Macquarie harbour and Gordon River with its top notch UN World Heritage site status. The visit to Sarah Island, the predecessor of the Port Arthur penitentiary, was excellent as was the play we saw later in the evening; ' The ship that never was' ...
... either singers or dancers". LOL!
Our 3rd day at sea, we did email, laundry and got massages at Canyon Ranch Spa. I caused the Canyon Spa reception desk some stress when I pressed a button in the steam room, which I thought was more heat, but was actually the emergency button!! I guess I am old! I did not have my readers on!
I heard one woman say "In 30 years of cruising I never been in ...
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