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... soort dorpje, waar vanalles en iedereen was. Hoe weinig we van deze 'attractie' wisten, hoe interessant we heb nu vinden. Einde van dag 1 heeft Miriam ons op de top van Mount Wellington gereden. Fantastisch uitzicht over de stad Hobart. ...in de auto, dag 2: Vandaag naar Bruny Island gereden. Weer een idee van mij. Bij aankomst weer dezelfde vraag van Miriam ''Wat is hier te doen?'' ''Eerlijk? Geen idee.'' Kaartje voor de ferry gekocht en ...
The start of this trip was a new experience for me. Went jogging, played tennis, went to the pub, went home, sat in my favourite chair. Woke up at two minutes to five. My flight was at six. Luckily it was a Qantas flight. Jetstar I wouldn't have bothered going to the airport. I hadn't packed a thing. By some miracle I knew where my passport was. And things just seemed to fall into place as I ran around the ...
... harbour area, we walked over to the Salamanca shopping district and did some window shopping. Then we saw the Kathmandu store. We had bought some nice things there when we were in New Zealand. There was a SALE! Most items were half priced so we went shopping. I bought a turquoise merino wool sweater. They are so light and warm. I also bought a turquoise travel shirt, drys quickly ...
22 Nov 14 - Sheffield, Cradle Mountain, to Tullah
From Sheffield we headed to Cradle Mountain. We parked Winney at the Visitor Information Centre and caught the complimentary shuttle to Ronny Creek to commence our walk.
We did a 6km walk which took us past ...
12. Things not to forget: Contact lenses. (This bears repeating.)
13. Travel money (2): We got some GB pounds, Euros, $ Brunei, $ Singapore and UAE dirham before we left. The latter three were for use in the airports (Brunei accepts $ Brunei and Singapore), but they weren't necessary, as both Brunei and Dubai airports accept $ Australian, and all you really have time for there is to buy is a drink and maybe a tacky souvenir (or is that just me?). ...