Hamlet Downs Country Accommodation
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... has a really gorgeous professional kitchen - and cuddled up.
The next day we booked a trip up to Mount Wellington, a mountain that rises 1270m up just behind the city. We were picked up from our hostel and drove about 30 mins up to the summit. We climbed up some rocks to the highest point and then went to both viewing platforms. The views over the city were amazing. We took lots of panoramic shots and enjoyed the scenery.
... a single blob on like you would see in the tate where you hear people say "my dog could do better than that". All of the art in this gallery makes you think, and I highly recommend it to anybody and everybody, even if you do not 'get' art. It is also simply mind blowing that this, is simply, one man's collection of art. There are so many piece that I keep thinking of and want to tell people about, but its one of those experience that you simply can not share, you have to ...
... total for the week was 903kms - avg per day 129.5kms)
Total Climbing 1354m (total for the week was 11,220 - avg per day was 1602))
Avg Speed 23.6kmh
Max Speed 59.0kmh
Max Alt 455mtrs
Min Sea Level mtrs
Min temp - 11.9 degrees C (at the summit of our ride)
Max temp - 17 degrees C (when we left at 8am this morning)
Avg temp - 14 degrees
Starting weight - 85.3kg
Finishing weight - 85.1kg
... than they look even in the commercial photos (hard to photograph for us though, given the rain and spray!) As we complete the circuit back to the car park we notice movement and see what we think is a wallaby – but turns out to be a Pademelon, a relative of wallabies and kangaroos. We see a few more – there’s actually quite a few round here. They’re smaller than wallabies and just as cute – it’s great to see them here. We complete the ...
... to wait out the couple of hours here. I had a ham and cheese croissant and Dylan some rice paper rolls and salad for lunch.
We watched some more of the movie then checked in with Jetstar at 3:10. I thought we would get stung for extra baggage as Dylan's bag was 23kg, ok for Qantas but Jetstars limit is 20kg. But she let us through ok. Glad because I didn't want to see Dylan go off!
Once we were ...