Bicheno by the Bay
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... along the steep cliffs overlooking the bay. The walk took us a little less than four hours and was pretty tiring with all the climbing up and down the rocky steps. The hiking tracks here must have been very difficult to carve out initially and there is a lot of rock steps that have been carefully placed to make ascents and descents easier. After a brief rest for lunch at the bakery we drove up ...
... pulling myself forwards on hills) and my really badly aching arches of my feet. I suspect my arches aren't used to the significant and almost constant weight of my significantly voluptuous frame. Not much I can do to fix those issues, I just need to grin and bear it.
Oatlands, a small sandstone built town with convict history, was the perfect stop for another coffee and a chance to buy some lunch to take with us. ...
... perfect photo! Then we did the Cape Tourville whips walk to see a section of Wineglass Bay. Very beautiful. On our way back to camp we stopped at Freycinet Marine Sales and bought a dozen oysters $15, and a dozen scallops $11!!!. Ate the oysters for entree last night and cooking the scallops tonight. Had another campfire thanks to Kevin's firewood scavenging. Oh, there is a darling puppy here. Pippa, black and white and a tiny ...
... when asked if they had a table at 8pm they told us the chef goes home at 7pm. (Not really open in the evening huh?!)
Last stop on our Tassie list was Hobart. Here we drove to the top of mount Wellington so that we could see the view of the coast from high up. We picked up a couple of hitch hikers on the way down, luckily they didn't try and murder us, and went to a particularly overhyped art museum called Mona.
Tassie is beautiful and definitely gets a thumbs ...
... beach with about three other people dotted around. The shallow water is crystal clear. It was also freezing, but we couldn't pass up the opportunity and duly edged in. When we got the feeling back to our limbs it was well worth it. Not sure we'll ever swim anywhere more beautiful.