The Elms of Hobart
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... again. In fact for most of our three hour drive it rained, or sprinkled, or poured down rain. About every five kilometers (I’m exaggerating of course) we had to stop or slow down for road construction. Just as we’d get back up to speed there would be another construction ahead sign. The speed limit for most of this two lane highway is 110 km/hr (68mph).
I can’t remember anywhere in the US where I’ve seen a speed limit ...
... questions at Tom as to what paths landed him this ideal gig. Turns out he used to be the captain of a yacht sailing around the creators and owners of the Bombardier franchise... So you can only imagine the toys he got to play with there! The story basically sums up to, he sold his car for a plane ticket to Europe to help his brother work on a boat yard, and through conversations with boat owners coming into the yard, he found work. Tom was a great reminder that taking some ...
Thursday 5 February Hobart
Sunny and a cool breeze 19
Today we went to Port Arthur, we had coffee and breakfast at Cambridge which is town about 15km from Hobart where we left our car and travelled together for the rest of the way. It was a very pretty trip in parts as we passed the water and eventually through Eagle Hawk Neck where the dogs were kept to guard the entry/exit ...
... with gears reversed -- and he managed the 1.5 hour drive without incident.) We went to the tip of the peninsula and took a breathtaking hike to the top of Mt. Brown and then to Crescent Beach -- claimed by the Park Service to be the most beautiful beach in Tasmania. We were the only people on the mountain and shared the beach with just one other small group far off in the distance. Hard to believe such an amazing place was ...
... we feel safe and happy.
Except we seem to be attracting the 'inconsiderate' folk around us. Or we are getting whingy maybe both. Mr Next Door decided that he needed to clean his plates by throwing food scraps outside. Ok if you must but to do it closer to our camper when the wind was blowing our way didn't seem particularly fair. We have egg on Vincent and will have to wash him in the morning.