Hobart Cabins & Cottages at Elwick
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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Very excited this morning as we were planning to head into town to see the Sydney to Hobart Yacht fleet and also the Melbourne to Hobart Yacht Fleet moored at the docks.
Easy and beautiful drive into Hobart and we managed to get a 2 hour carpark for Vincent right opposite the docks next to the Museum. We felt totally lucky that we were able to get such an easy parking bay.
Sauntered across the road and got a really great look at the yachts. Ina had made us ...
... of the winds and rains hit and a double blown up air mattress was flung by the wind from up the beach about 50 mtrs below us. The picnickers chairs went flying into the neighbouring fence. Laughter was replaced as they rushed to the fence line for protection. We had offered them shelter but they were not interested. They had a car and they didn't go there either. Oh well. Allan made coffee. Then it really started gusting we thought the camper might tip. Driving ...
... room and kitchen out over the river and the suburbs on the other side. Elisia wanted us to have the first two days off while she organised some things for the garden wall she wants Keiran to build. We didn't really do anything the first day, just enjoyed being still for a while, catching up on some cleaning and the last of the kids schoolwork for the year. The second day we went shopping for some Christmas craft supplies in the morning and then went ...
24 Nov 14 - Strahan to Queenstown
It had rained overnight and was still overcast and didn't look like clearing. We had planned on doing a cruise with Gordon River Cruises however aborted that plan and decided to move on to Queenstown.
As as we headed off along the Lyell Highway ...
... Arthur every year and goes on walks for days at a time. At the time of talking to him, he had been in Port Arthur for 1 week and had not been anywhere as he doesn’t drive and without a car here you can barely get to the campsite entrance without covering 5 kilometers. Needless to say this man was a bit odd appeared everytime I went to the kitchen. I am sure he was harmless enough, but at midnight when I am in my PJ’s and I just want to put my hot water ...