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Travel Blogs from Hobart
... stand and scoured through the stalls keeping our eyes peeled for more possible purchases. It seemed oddly familiar to the local markets held in The Rocks, Sydney.
First dilemma of the day came when we discovered that Pete had no belt for the wedding & as he was a groom's man we thought it was vital, closely followed by the news that the groom himself didn't have a belt ...
... country. Many had been shipped to the American Colonies but when we won the Revolution that ended that. So, men, women, and children
were loaded onto ships and sent to Australia. Eventually Port Arthur became the destination of the convicts who caused trouble at the other penal colonies. This was also the site of the first boys prison on a close by island started to separate the boys ...
... the top of Mount Wellington. Our driver was very knowledgable and full of interesting facts. The views from the top were spectacular, what a great day to visit. It provided a 360degree view stretching for miles in all directions. I met a couple who live in Estover, Plymouth and had a chat with them! After the journey back to town I did some more sight seeing before settling in for the night to catch up with this ...
... line and started the elegant run to the gate. By the time I arrived at my gate I was puffing and sweating and looking like quite the delight, and the flight was bloody delayed and had only just started to think about boarding! It gave me a chance to sit down and catch my breath, and thank my lucky stars I was going to get home that night.
When I arrived into Hobart, after sorting out my luggage which was to arrive in the next day or two (left in Joburg, although the ...
... of the river is well fished so the fish are very wary. With no luck we headed back once it got too cold to remain in the water. We all enjoyed great hot showers and today was one of the highlights so far of our trip to Tassie.
Lovely place to camp and reminds us all of Harrietville.
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Weather: Beautiful sunny day - 27 degrees
Dinner: Fried Rice