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... screaming in the back seat we swerved quickly back into our original lane. I'm usually known as the melodramatic one but I thinking screaming at a time like that would seem appropriate to many.
Once safely away from the car we were able to settle our racing hearts.The afternoon was spent at the in-laws house getting to know everyone and spending some quality time with our nieces.
As the evening started to ...
... not to be. We awoke, grabbed our towels and were heading to the beach when, very casually, out tent neighbor told us that he had spotted 5 sharks swimming around the day before, "fairly close to the shore", he also added for unnecessary emphasis, that "they were a fair size too!". Swim abandoned we meandered up the bay of fires, so called due to the number of aboriginal camps (hence fires) seen as the first Europeans sailed by. That afternoon we headed in ...
... like a local, we learned of an annual party called "A Day at the Beach" at a beach in a suburb about 20 minutes outside of Hobart. We arrived quite early to a huge area along the beach blocked off for Australia Day. While many of the people here were families with children, we still enjoyed ourselves. We watched swimmers complete a 2KM race and took in the sights and sounds. There were a ton of people on the beach and the weather was ...
... from about 3kms listening to the birds back to the car park including a climb of 239 wooden steps.
Got a good site and set up camp, boys are getting better at helping, there are hot showers and even 2 washing machines so Suz caught up on the washing and finally some clean clothes to wear. Daniel and Stephen headed up river fly fishing and with slippery rocks there was several near fall- ins for both of us. The water looked good but ...
... marsupials that are carniverous, we see first-hand how aggressive they can be!, they make short thrift of the wallaby leg they are given, eating every last morsel including fur and bone !
Our final day in Tasmania is spent exploring the capital of Hobart properly. We catch the bus into town, then visit the sizable harbour and the local markets. It’s quite a pretty town, with a lot of history (Tasmania was mostly used as a penal colony even from the start, ...
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