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... unscathed and went back to our hotel to regroup. Today is our 34th wedding anniversary, so we went out on the town for a good dinner and celebration. We had a great dinner at Irish Murphy’s Pub, but were a little short on the celebration part. We were a little tired after a long day, so relaxed in front of the TV and watched some of our favorite English detective shows.
Tomorrow we head to Melbourne,
... buzz - good thing we weren't driving. As we walked toward to the bus stop, with a nice bottle of wine in hand, Xavier had finished up his shift so he offered to take us to the city center. Sorry mom, but we accepted a ride from a stranger. Although he served us booze so I felt like I could trust him. Tassie locals seems to have a ridiculously nice factor, kind of like they have this small town communal vibe, it's a lovely feature about them. The following day we set out ...
... couple of disappointing holes.
After golf and a light lunch at the club we checked into our Motel in Lauderdale about 15km from Hobart and set off for Cascade Brewery. We were not able to get onto a tour as the timing was all wrong but we did get do a tasting. They had a palate of 6, 3oz glasses with all 6 of their brews. As allocated driver I had a small taste and a coffee instead. The dark brew Stout seemed to be the favoured one.
We then ...
... visa on approval), pass through customs and get to the domestic terminal and boarding gate. Not too stressed though - I had resigned myself to the possibility that I may miss the flight and would have to stay in HCM for the night.
With the help of an airport assistant, my visa was prioritized (thank you guardian angels), she rang through to check in for them to assist me, and I rushed through customs, out the building, down the path and into the domestic terminal. Too ...
... premier of China was welcomed to Hobart by the Governor. He saw a most beautiful city of 200,000 laid out around a large horseshoe bay. Suburbs have sprung up along the estuary of the Derwent River that empties into the sea. Across this estuary is a large steel bridge that took three years to rebuild after a ship struck one of its pylons a few years ago! The port is deep and comes right to city centre. ...