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Travel Blogs from Hobart
... have someone who knows the ropes! Have slept until 5.30 (woke up before alarm) and am now dressed, packed and sitting in my room watching rage waiting until breakfast. Forecast for today is clearing showers in the morning and 10 - 17 degrees with a southerly tail wind. Can't wait to actually start riding. Off to Swansea today - roughly 135kms apparently. Will hopefully have something interesting to ...
... in Hobart. We tried the famous scallop pie that Tasmania is known for but it wasn't great! After wards, we walked round the city and found a cool outdoor chest game! We walked up some different small streets and laneways admiring the cute houses and shops! That evening, we headed up to the top of Mt Wellington. Up there has the most amazing 360degree views across the whole city and bay.
On the Sunday, we ...
This was a typical breakfast plus cereal. Sadly no eggs or bacon but we got by.
We went out to Peter Morrell Reserve again and Michelle finally found the 40 spotted Pardalote. ( plus lots of other birds )
We then did a few geocaches and thankfully no leeches.
After dinner we went out spotlighting where we found the possum sitting next to the ...
... a bit hot at times and then I get to go swimming! We reached Cockle Creek, at the end of the road, on Monday afternoon after getting a flat tyre 8kms from our destination. Michael changed the tyre with the help of a second jack, provided by some folk who stopped to help and in hindsight we are pleased we continued to Cockle Creek without a spare as it was amazing! (See photos) I swam at the bridge where the creek met the sea as it was warmer water and I could swim against the ...
... to psychological punishment. It was thought that the hard corporal punishment, such as whippings, used in other penal stations only served to harden criminals, and did nothing to turn them from their immoral ways. For example, food was used to reward well-behaved prisoners and as punishment for troublemakers. As a reward, a prisoner could receive larger amounts of food or even luxury items such as tea, sugar and tobacco. As punishment, the prisoners would receive ...
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