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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... family, Robert, Tim and Elissa on Thursday afternoon at their home, where we were entertained by stories of their recent Coast to Coast Walk and other exploits in Britain.
On Wednesday Tony and I visited The National Portrait Gallery, which is always very thought provoking and has powerful exhibitions. We met Claire for lunch in Civic at Shorty’s, before walking across to The Legislative Assembly, (ACT Parliament), where Claire works for Government member for Molonglo, ...
It's a weird feeling, knowing that at this time last year I was somewhere over the South China Sea on the way to London (via the long walk to nowhere at Dubai airport). I still haven't sorted through the 4500 or so photos from that 2-week trip (not all mine!) or decided where to put all my tacky souvenirs. I really must get onto that.
Juniordwarf still tells me how much he missed me.
Not to worry! This time he's ...
... and found them to be rather good.
We stayed in on Friday night with simple fare of ham cheese and tomato on toast in our studio unit followed by delicious bread and butter pudding warmed up from the same bakery.
Friday night football was entertainment for Mal while I went to bed early and slept like a log on the rubber mattress. Green Ginger Wine was enjoyed from the bottle-o next ...
... trunk you could see the cut out bits where the footings had gone for the men who would have then used the big saws to cut the tree. We found ourselves at the entrances to the Newdegate cave the largest of the caves. The tour thru the cave is about a kilometre with 245 stairs each way. The cave is a multi levelled cave with hall like passages leading to large chambers delicately decorated with crystal straws and stalactites. There were also some shawls but not ...
... lot of stepping over and watch your feet type of walking. There was the scramble at the top too. To actually see the view we needed a lot more courage to actually scramble to the top of some of the boulders. We decided that we valued our health too much. Sharon decided she didn't like helicopter rides and was most reticent to clamber for a better view.
We headed back down the hill. Back to lovely and warm Vincent. Back to our lovely campsite at Mt Field. Our ...