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... most likely a lot better (and will fit you better) than the ones the airline will give you for the plane. Take them.
19. I kept resetting my camera's time every stop we made. Usually after I'd taken a few photos. As a result, the times on my photos are all muddled. I think it would have worked better either to have left it on Australian time for the whole trip, or to have set it to UK time after we'd left Australia. The auto time failed dismally when I was ...
... lookout getting an amazing view of Coles harbour. Then as we make our way over the hill we are welcomed by Wineglass Bay- although I think the person that named it had a little too much from the wineglass at the time cause it looks more like a jellyfish top than a wineglass to me! Trying to get out as the light fades we make the long drive back to Hobart.
The next morning it's off to learn about the convict history. We attend Port ...
... 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. ...
... on, so I decided on the spur of the moment to book it and see a bit more of Aus.
Tasmania is a place on the up and up so we hear. It's become a real foodies mecca with delicious natural food everywhere, plus a happening bar scene, a burgeoning art scene, and all capped off with wrap around natural beauty. Can't go wrong. So far all this has proved to be true. That's a relief.. I quite like it so far. There is a maritime feel to the city with a hodgepodge of old and ...
... Uni is just starting its year here) who looked so young, we were both too intimidated to venture into the pub. The next day started off better, after a quick breakfast in the farmers market which consisted of a Wallaby wrap (doesn't get more Aussie than that!) we picked up the car, bought a cheap tent and headed to Mona the much talked about contemporary art museum. Mona is the project of David Walsh, a super rich dude (philanthropist as they like to be ...
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