Hamlet Downs Country Accommodation
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... old property refurbished with great style, beautiful art, furniture –great staff and food – wow – I loved it – Lizzie said it was too swanky! In the afternoon we got the ferry up to the MONA the museum of old and modern art which is up the river derwent from hobart. Its basically a private museum designed to house the collection of David Walsch a billionaire professional gambler. All I can say is he must be 4ft 3 inches tall with a ...
... a quaint odd cafe in Hamilton, then a long winding arduous journey with unvarying scenery of scrub and steep hills to our final destination. One girl is motion sick so I give up my front seat for a less than comfortable ride in the back. The village is cute, old buildings and a handful of boats, dinner was expensive and not especially ...
... only learnt the previous night were that MONA is not a state gallery or art institution, it is one man's private art collection...David Walsh. David was a renowned gambler, and the Australian Tax Office was after him demanding $37 million from the profits he made in gambling... (Yes, he must of been a very good gambler). In 2001, he founded the Moorilla Museum of Antiquities on the Berriedale area in Hobart., which closed in 2007 to undergo $75 Million renovations (...just ...
... interesting looking cafe, bookshop, or organic whole foods place I can pull over and we can indulge in our favourite thing - pretending to be locals.. A lot of the locals here seem into the green, cardigan wearing thing so we almost fit right in. I even like the Eco friendly car too. It's a red Kia Rio and quite sporty for a tiny little 1.4. semi automatic. It wasn't that many years ago this size car would be a gutless tin can but with today's technology they zip along and ...
... glorious decks and pools and art work! Katumba also paid to install electricity for the entire town of Pweto, and a clean water supply. Sadly, Katumba died in a plane crash and Henry was left to manage his estate. He now lives in one of the smaller houses on the hill, and the view he wakes up to every morning is absolutely stunning.
So Laura and I turned up to his house with a bottle of gin and an Australian flag beach ball. Another colleague from the mine was also ...