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... Place, having dinner. Just as we were really getting worried that we will not have steak dinner at a good restaurant without any reservation, Thomas spotted a large group leaving the Drunken Admiral. Since we were just standing outside, we gave it a try. Wow! We were lucky. Instead of getting turned away, we were invited to wait for our table at the bar. Yippee. We get to wait and gave a drink while at it! Dinner was nice enough to. My steak was ...
... and downtown today. Hobart seems to be a very nice small city. I can't wait to do more exploring.
In the morning we will start our around the island adventure, We're staying across the island in Strahan tomorrow night. If we have wireless at our "hotel" I'll continue my updates. We're staying at a tavern, so I'm not sure we'll have internet connection.
Thats it for now,
We got up and headed South to Hastings and the Newdegate Cave also known as Hasting Cave. We stopped at the ticket office bought our tickets and then drove a further five kilometres to the cave. To get to the cave we walked along another wooden pathway through the forest. Along the way we saw tall gum trees and along the way they had the history of and how they would log the Forrest. It was amazing to see some of the really old but thick trunks that had been cut down. ...
... a photo of that one if I see another one today). We stopped at a farm yesterday and got some freshly picked raspberries which were delicious so I hope we can get some fresh produce on our way to Cradle mountain today since we need to take most of our own food there. It rained all last night and is still wet and windy now but it supposed to get better so, fingers ...
... mountains. Our best adventure happened in the mountains, but we started at the ocean.
We flew into Hobart, the capital city of Tasmania, and were lucky enough to arrive during the bi-annual wooden boat show. The harbor was full of sailing ships and pirate ships and yachts and tiny wooden boats. It was a sailor's dream and fun for the rest of us, especially since the boats came with easy access to the freshest seafood ...
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