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... the same country) silently slide up to meet you under cover of darkness. The staff (most of whom seem to be either Indoneasian or Phillipinio) work incredibly hard, and maintain an astonishing level of cheerfulness, considering they face up to 9 months away from their families, and 2 months off before the whole thing starts over again.
As you sail toward Hobart, the landscape along the Tasman penninsular seems markedly free of houses and most other human ...
A day of ups and downs. More downs than ups unfortunately.
Went out for breakfast but drizzling so had to sit inside.
Finished packing and the zip on one of the suitcases is broken. Will be back to John Lewis shortly!
Booked shuttle bus to airport for 11.10 it finally arrived at 11.45 and then had to stop for more pickups at various hotels, we were not amused!
Went to check ...
... settlement in Tasmania and has an historic jail (gaol) where convicts from Britain were kept, as well as several other buildings and structures that the convicts built. Interesting place to see around but, as ever, not enough time to do it justice.
After being dropped off back at the port, Allan and I went for a walk around Hobart. We visited Salamanca Square for a coffee and access ...
... old property refurbished with great style, beautiful art, furniture –great staff and food – wow – I loved it – Lizzie said it was too swanky! In the afternoon we got the ferry up to the MONA the museum of old and modern art which is up the river derwent from hobart. Its basically a private museum designed to house the collection of David Walsch a billionaire professional gambler. All I can say is he must be 4ft 3 inches tall with a ...
... to do all of that. Research we made shows the Tasman Peninsula isn't blessed with a lot of water and there is no way we would take water from the tanks that Wayne and Helen had. Of course we were later to find out that they had so much water in so many tanks it would have been fine. Yes well, research should have been expanded.
With all this sorted we decided on a fairly relaxed day. As it was sunny we decided to, in part, visit ...