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... be another one of those sleep the day away kind of days. I join civilization just in time for the evening rush to the grocery store and go about getting something for dinner. Than still tired I make my way back to bed.
Feeling fresh I get up the next morning and decide it's time to expand my knowledge of Hobart beyond the 5 block span of Liverpool Street I walked last night. I head to tourist information to find out what there is to do ...
... br> Our accommodation for the next few nights was at Customs House, located on the wharf and around the corner from Salamanca. Which was undoubtedly the perfect location for our daily adventures.
We had skipped lunch again today which seemed to be a regular thing on this trip, we would start the day well with a big breakfast and just have car snacks throughout the day till the evening when we would be starving again and have massive dinners. ...
... bearded men giving knowing looks depending how cool your choice of coffee is. In short a very in crowd.. Yes, it's all a bit contrived but in a good way. I'd give the coffee about a 7.7 as it needed a bit more bite.
Back to MONA and the even more contrived works of art on display. This 'museum/gallery/' is apparently the main draw card for Hobart's revival. It certainly is a must do if you come, in a similar way to the Tate Modern in London. In fact, if anything, ...
Yuuuck. Up real early. Flew out of Brissie with Jetstar at 7:30am so we had to be up, showered and out the door and in the taxi by 6am. Flight to Hobart was fine. About two and three quarters of an hour. Met a lovely guy on the plane called Dennis who was off for a week's fly fishing down here. Chatted to him non-stop during the flight. Picked up the car at the airport (thanks Phill!) and dropped Dennis off in Hobert before we swung by the MONA - the new Museum of Old ...
... compound which houses accommodations, a winery, and its own Saturday market, which was quirky to say the least. In front of the museum, you need to walk through a life-sized tennis court. Why? Because the man whose collection of art is in the museum likes tennis. In the MONA certainly wasn't "traditional" art. Some of the pieces included a short video and equipment supporting the argument for euthanasia, a "fat car" to depict the way ...
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