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Wednesday 13th and a cold start at 3 deg again. Clearly we are very thin skinned as we saw a couple of locals in short sleeved shirts. Last bacon and egg for this part of the trip and a huge decision to make the trek up Mount Wellington in a final attempt at the big snow hunt. We braved the peak hour morning traffic through Hobart and up towards the mountain. On the final assent we had a scary moment where the 2 wheel drive, 3 ton, 7 ...
It is a Saturday. The day for Salamanca market! The top tourist attraction of Hobart. We got there really early. No wonder the crowd was a little lacking. In a few hours, the sun appeared and the crowd really started to throng in! We begin to wonder if this is where ALL the people on the island congregated. The stalls were pretty unique. Especially those selling local produce like honey, berries ...
... airport only to be told that our economy ticket did not include any stowed baggage allowance so we had to pay 2 lots of $70. Much arguing but of course we had to pay and will have to take it up with Expedia. Of course we will have to pay another $140 when we come back to Melbourne on Thursday.
Good news when we went to pick up hire car. They couldn't find the one we'd ordered so we had ...
... doing the cave tour we headed back to the office and the Thermal springs which was actually a pool. They said the temperature was 28 but I don't think so I think it was probably a lot less. From here we drove to Geeveston where we bought tickets to the Tahune Airwalk. We talked about going to a timber place first but as it was a bit dull and Gray and getting on we drove to the Airwalk. Mandy stayed at the cafe and Sheryl and QI headed off to the Airwalk . The ...
... carved scenes that were mean't to depict the history of the area. The panels were about 10 feet high and had people and dogs and horses as well as wildlife endemic to Tasmania. Much to my annoyance they wouldn't allow cameras into the place as they wanted to sell postcards of the carvings and didn't want anyone taking their own photographs. After we looked at the wall we continued on through the mountains and onto Queenstown, which is a huge mess of a ...