Bath Street Apartments of Battery Point
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... to our chalet.
It was still early so we decided to walk some of the trails that they have on their property. Frank warned us that they had not been used this year so may be hard to follow. He was right. We hiked on a very steep hill. I felt like if I tipped over, I would roll right down the hill.
Had a steak dinner, Peter used the BBQ shed, and watched some movies on ...
... understand. Everyone else will say 'facepalm'.)
16. In England they drive on the left hand side of the road like we do, but if you stand on an escalator to get out of the Tube, you have to stand on the right hand side, not the left like we do. And as for which side of the path you're supposed to walk on, we still have no idea.
17. I'm not sure if it was worth taking the laptop. It was good to be able to copy all our photos from our SD cards at ...
... lookout getting an amazing view of Coles harbour. Then as we make our way over the hill we are welcomed by Wineglass Bay- although I think the person that named it had a little too much from the wineglass at the time cause it looks more like a jellyfish top than a wineglass to me! Trying to get out as the light fades we make the long drive back to Hobart.
The next morning it's off to learn about the convict history. We attend Port ...
... merry way south for Hobart.
We took the lakes route which led us through alpine desert region, down some very rough dirt tracks and past some beautiful lookouts. After dodging a dirt compacter and swerving off the road for an oncoming truck we were then faced with unpacked dirt mounds that Ian was reluctant to take the hire car over. Once successfully through we then circled the lake back and forth to try and find the nearest petrol station.
... in the near future. But not quite yet :)
When it was finally time to come back to work, I was a bit apprehensive about leaving Tas but I knew as soon as I arrived back I would be reminded how much i love it here. As soon as Laura and I landed in Pweto, after our five flights, we had the typical grin plastered on our faces. The hour it takes to get to work involved lots of waving and calling out jambo jambo to the hundreds of kids who were so excited to see us. I reckon ...