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Travel Blogs from Hobart
... hotel. It was a beautiful old restored mansion with loads of charm & character. Free wireless when in the lounge, major step up from our previous 6 nights in Adelaide. We walked the streets and waterfront, both mentioning it reminded us of St. John, Newfoundland. Found a bottleshop (which is where you purchase, beer, wine & spirits) and then selected a busy Indian restaurant for dinner (always a good sign when the locals pile in on a ...
... tidy people (make no comment, please mother darling). Therefore, we have put into place the Kuri Approved Child-Free Zone, which has several exceptions but generally has given those girls over fourteen a place to go when they need space. This has a positive impact on our hauora, in particular the social well being aspect.
Tomorrow, all of you beautiful followers should look out for our own Quotes from Hot Stuff. Such fun!
MONIQUE AND HOPE XOXOXOX
We have all safely arrived at our hotel in Hobart. The Astor Hotel is a lovely, homely, cosy hotel and everyone already feels at home here (and we've only been here for an hour). Tildy, the owner, is a real personality and has made us feel so welcome.
Your daughter has been great and everything has gone like clockwork. No dramas, tantrums or challenges. The girls followed instructions to the letter and did everything they had to do promptly ...
The journey from Bechinet and Freycinet
down to Port Arthur down the east coast of Tasmania was a gentle drive, taking
So second visit to prison in a week –just tourists visiting! This time the penal colony of Port Arthur. An excellent guided tour so the audio self-tour was unnecessary. Port Arthur was a gruesome penal system that tried to reform prisoners but in the end just broke them
mentally and they had to ...
... Even on a Wednesday there was plenty of activity. We grabbed a Magnum ice cream and gently strolled our way around then back to the boat. As we passed a building near the boat we spotted a fair group of the ship crew sitting on steps all using tablets/smart phones. Obviously this is the closest free wifi point! Even though we saw plenty of HAL chopping bags and ID lanyards in Hobart, there were still a lot of people on board when we got ...