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... Currently in
the Tasman Sea headed to New Zealand, it will take us 3 days to get there. By the way,
we are cruising at around 40 degrees latitude south......and experiencing the "Roaring Forties" which are strong westerly winds found in the Southern Hemisphere generally between the latitudes of 40 & 50 degrees......Rock & ...
... it was even better for Sabrina and Margherita, who were amazed by the sky, apparently they had never seen a sky so full of stars before and the smiles on their faces, reminded me of why I started travelling. To share new experiences with people from all over the world. In that instance, I had added another memorable moment to my list. As we awoke the next morning, to yet another Teresa breakfast of eggs and bread, we decided to explore the sometimes forgotten area of the north ...
... revolutionary concept in the 1830s.
While on the surface this appears to be a place of great pain and suffering, when viewed from a nineteenth century perspective it is much less intimidating. Yes, conditions were harsh, but so was life in the London slums. Living conditions here in the penal colony were actually healthier than living in the streets of London.
We left Hobart early this morning for ...
... roaring up the main street. I guess every town has its Bogans. There are a lot of Wallabies in Tasmania and yesterday I saw a bit fat one standing by the side of the road. They were also on the menu at the pub last night! There are road signs warning about them and also a strange sign that warns against very large Kangaroos that can tip your car over. (I'll try ...
... br> We take the ferry to MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) the next day, which as the name suggests is a juxtaposition of Old Egyptian artifacts interposed with New modern works. It’s a subterranean funky building with more N than O. The wine bar is delish. However for cocktail hour it is back to town on the ferry for some whiskey tasters at Lark’s Distillery. They make some very respectable Whiskey however we deem it too expensive ...