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... they usually only appear at dawn & dusk, but we figured it was worth the try anyway. After only a few minutes Jen heard splashing sounds from the river below the footbridge where we were eagerly awaiting.
It was an adult platypus that rose to the top of the murky river and continued to dive down for food before re-emerging on the surface again and again along the river edge providing us with some great photos. With grins from ear to ear we were ...
... 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, ...
An inauspicious start in the form of a one and a half hour monologue from a would be client of Dee's on the plane telling us how most of the population of Tasmania are inbred. It might have been true in her case. This gave way to a superb week in what the locals call God's own country- and they may well be right. Huge variation in geography and food and wine to die for.
The convict past has ...
... before doing the long haul to Australia. I didn’t realise we were flying on a Qantas plane until we arrived at the gate and I saw the god awful red and pink of their new uniforms and heard the accents! What a treat! Surrounded by Aussies earlier than expected! Unfortunately the flight was delayed by an hour and a half or so which put me out for the connecting flight in Sydney. And, of course, to add to the fun, my connecting flight was Jetstar so even though it ...
... car so that Annette could take some photos overlooking the Huon River - north towards Lymington and the Cygnet inlet, north-east to Eggs and Bacon Bay and east to Verona Sands. These are all places that we visited back on 4 January. We arrived at Geeveston around 10am. Here we paid a visit to the Forest and Heritage Centre where we purchased tickets for the Tahune Air Walk. It took us just over half an hour to drive the 29k from Geeveston to ...
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