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Hi from pretty Northern Tasmania.
Since I left you in Hobart we've driven around the island quite a bit, enjoying the ride. We tried the ultra chic restaurant "Garagistes" and it was a taste sensation. Again in a very minimalist setting, pure black and sleek. We were served some creative fresh 'wow factor' food well worth the price tag. The tables were long shared style so another highlight was meeting some locals. I sat next to a big bloke who explained he works ...
... UK so we have been very lucky that the team GB hoodie only appears in a couple of photos. Before we realised it we had been walking for 3 hours and it was time to go back to the car and play Yoghurt roulette for lunch. In the afternoon we took a drive up the Tamar river to a little Swiss village. This was not that impressive but the giant inflatable jumping pillow was! Basically just a permanent bouncy castle in the ground. But I didn't play on it because I am nearly 31. Then ...
Sunny day but a brisk wind.Went back to Touchwood cafe for breakfast.Yummy food.Then went up to the Nut.Pam,Eileen,robyn and Peter went up the chair lift to the top of the nut.Wonderful views.Returned to the shops and bought a few momentos then onto Burnie.From there to ...
... of doors down. Take two with the washing - now soaking wet and sitting in plastic bags. We made sure the machine worked first!
We decided to just venture for a bit of a drive around and grab a couple things for dinner and have what remained of the day in. It was quite late anyway and being winter - it gets dark quick and early. There was a bistro at the manor but it was booked out for a function. We watched some tele and drifted off to another comfortable ...
... br> moving clouds, we then thought it was smoke and then, when we wound the window
down in the car, we discovered it was sea mist.
It was very eerie considering it was about 27 degrees at the time and a
beautiful sunny day. A local lady at the
Info Centre explained they do not get this very often and when they do it lasts
about 1.5 hours and then disappears. Certainly
something we have never witnessed before and my not ever again.