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Travel Blogs from Hobart
... Greg and I came here in 2004! By early afternoon the skies had cleared so we made our way up to Mt Wellington for a view of the city and beyond. The boys rode down the well worn mountain bike track and I met them at the bottom in the car! A great day in the capital of ...
... and its two islands, one island is the isle of the dead where they buried the prisoners and the other is point puer boys prison where boys as young as two were imprisoned.
Later on, we headed on to the different scenic areas on the tasmin peninsula. First stop was the remarkable cave! it was two hundred steps down into an alcove where their was a cool cave leading out into the sea. next we headed to the ...
... around aus! First stop was MONA gallery. This art gallery ranks number 3 on the top 25 things to do in Australia (just after Sydney and the great barrier reef) which was the main reason we decided to go. The gallery is described by the owner as 'subversive adult Disneyland' and the three underground floors are filled with some weird things. ...
... stinking of eggs.
We decided to leave La Toya parked up at our campsite and headed over to MONA to experience this museum that we have heard so much about to try to salvage some of our day. MONA has something of a reputation for being weird and strange and OTT, it totally lived up to its reputation. The exhibits were strange, awesome, odd and everything inbetween from a skinned cat,a fat Porsche, a man made digestive system (which smelt like death) and a wall ...
... River with scenic views overlooking next peninsula.
The sea breeze is cooling and keeping the temperature a lot cooler than Hobart which is promised to drop around dinner time for the evening.
At Ryan’s initial suggestion and much agreed upon by Daniel and Stephen we had Taco Wraps for dinner.
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Weather: Beautiful sunny day - 30 degrees
Dinner: Taco Wraps