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... first ferry to MONA (prefer galleries when they are quieter).
Next morning, up and alive I headed down to Salamanca to look for a cheeky breakfast and coffee, however there was only 1 cafe and it was heaving, so boarded onto the MONA ROMA ferry and grabbed a coffee and lovely large slab of Carrot Cake....mmmm!!! After a 30 minute journey we arrived.
This gallery is mind blowing. By far the best I have ever visited. A few interesting facts about MONA ...
... the bays of the harbour so we got an excellent view of the bush (countryside), and the results of bush fires that swept the area about 14 months ago. Already the trees which have scorched, blackened trunks are growing new branches thick with foliage. At one point we drove alongside an inlet at least as wide as the Thames in London and were informed that a fireball had raced across it, continuing the fire on the other side...really scary!
Our coach was ...
... web pages failed to load and lots of waiting we finally ended up with a couple of decent potential places for our stay in Hobart. Choosing one of them almost at random, what we did not know about was the fine print. This guy decided to hide the fact that you cannot bring meat into his house way in the house rules attachment without ever mentioning it anywhere in the main description. Upon arrival at his door ...
... there was an extremely helpful man at Battery World, who took out our old battery, fitted and changed all the fixtures and had La Toya in tip top condition before we knew it. He was actually surprised by the state of our old battery as Leisure batteries are designed to never smell like ours did. In a way it is good that it did smell as we would never have known it was broken and may well have ended up with a rather large explosion!!??!!
The weather down south ...
... at a running/shuffling pace. I was carrying two big bags, two carved walking sticks and two bottles of Amarula. You can imagine how coordinated I looked. Of course we ran about 20m before we hit the back of the customs line. Neither of us felt comfortable pushing to the front of such a line as that may look a bit dodgy, so by the time we cleared customs, after telling the man my wooden items were fine and not to worry, I then had 30 minutes until my flight left! We spent ...
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