Hamlet Downs Country Accommodation
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On the road early at 7am. A lot to fit in & a 4hr driving day. A stop off at Queenstown an old mining town. Hills stripped bare with mining. Starting to regenerate. Some beautiful old buildings some old & in need of TLC. Great mining sculptures in town. Road out was really windy with sharp bends. Great lookout with metal 'Queenstown' sign looking from a great height ...
... Thanks to the idiots across the hall from us in the hotel coming home at 3.00 this morning and banging at their door continuously because they couldn't get it open, we got very little sleep last night. It is such a pity that a lovely holiday has to end with an unpleasant plane trip home. It is times like these when I think that business class is really worth the exorbitant price you have to pay for ...
... all Chinese teas but someone decided somewhere that that's the only Chinese tea that westerners like. And if that's for the Chinese then they'd be puzzled as to why there's no choice. Would they go round and only offer red wine? (Yes, my argument's rather weak.) Not having flown Qantas for a while ǐ have a couple of observations. I suspect that air hostesses that start at one end of the plane stay there - if ...
After 11months we finally managed to tear ourselves away from Hobart. Bertie was packed to busting and after very slowly climbing our way out of the very steep driveway we were off. We headed off to Bay of Fires on the East coast to have a little practice camp before heading off to the big bad mainland. On route we finally saw a real live spikely adorable echidna or 4. Must make note to not yell so excitedly next time as Drew thinks the car is on fire. BoF ...
... caught my eye. I took a long time choosing between the various styles and messages but finally settled on my first love. It is beautifully made by a young Uni student, Jessica Rettig, from all recycled materials. Her brand, RARE stands for Reuse And Recycle Everything. (Rare bags.com.au) It is truly a unique find that marks my experience of Tassie. Facebook: Rare bags, Instagram: ...