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The plane landed at 9.15am in Hobart after a late night at a 50th celebration in Melbourne we picked up the hire car and went straight to our accommodation Gattonside B&B in Battery Point, Hobart.
Then of to the Cascade brewery for a leisurely lunch and a pre ride walk in the gardens then the Mt Wellington decent bus picked me up and …
Bruny Island Cruise.
The day started with a hurried breakfast at Gattonside B & B as we were to meet the Peppermint Bay II catamaran in the harbour for the first part of the cruise down the Derwent River in what was to be one of the calmest days the crews of both boats had ever seen.
This was a great way to take in the views around …
... was a lovely start to the day and the bonus was - it was not raining! yay!
I had been checking the snow forecast every day since arriving and knew it was due to snow on Mt Wellington this morning so we decided to make that our first visit. As we approached Hobart we commented on how quiet the roads were for a Monday morning in the city. As we climbed Mt Wellington, there were waterfalls over the rocks for most of the way up. The snow above was ...
After taking breakfast at the Queen Victoria Market again, I had a last wander around Melbourne before having to head off to the airport for my flight to Hobart. At check-in I recognised a guy called Nick from my hostel in Melbourne so we chatted until the delayed flight set off. Upon arrival we took a bus into the city centre and arranged to meet in a pub to watch day 4 of the ...
... time) I went to Poppy and Sophia's room to wake them up dressed in my grey trakkies and black top, one hour later, they come and find me (writing this blog update in fact) both of them wearing grey pants and black tops!! (GORGEOUS!!!)
I'm having a blast playing chess with Dasha everyday, and we are teaching Ms. Platt how to play!!
Thinking of you all,