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Very quiet and peaceful...enjoying thus far..just got here last night
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... they'd closed the boarding gate! However, for some reason they (Vietjet Airlines) had added another flight for the night due to overbooking passengers, and I was added to that one for an additional fifteen dollars. Even though it was leaving in fifteen minutes, somehow I was still allowed to check in and board - go figure!
A quick text to Candy, my tour organiser, to tell her my new arrival time and I was on my way for the fourth flight of the day. No wonder travel takes it ...
... is about the size of West Virginia and has the purest air in the world! This is due to the fact that Tasmania is surrounded by water, the Bass Strait, the Southern Ocean and the Tasman Sea. Pollution is not blown into Tasmania from other countries or states when the wind blows across the island, like it does in Europe or the U.S.
I have arrived in picturesque Hobart. It is the capital of the state of Tasmania. Hobart is the most ...
... Banff. We drove approximately 4,597 kms. We took a ferry from New Foundland to Labrador and several lake cruises and ferry trips across city harbours. Sea transport approximately 148 kms. We took train rides in New York and of course across the Rocky Mountains. Train transport approximately 1000 kms In all approximately 42,526 kms travelled over 6 weeks. Talk about mov'in it. We wouldn't have missed a kilometre of it and there was not one place we visited we wouldn't go back ...
... me finally leaving the sweeper position in the peloton and doing a nice 6km turn on the front! A very short trip through the suburbs had us arriving at the hotel around 1pm, coffee In hand by 1.07pm and massage by 2pm. Dinner is at 6.30 and then we're off to watch the afl at the local pub.
I am yet to check my stats but despite a fair amount of climbing today, I don't think my heart rate got up over 135 - even when sitting on ...
... both think I made the whole sick thing up as they missed it completely! I stayed with the Morgans for a couple of weeks and it was so nice to A) have a home to live in, with a proper bedroom and B) be able to have some quality hang out time with my sister and brother in-law. And Bella. Such a treat. I had a great time in Hobart, catching up with old friends and seeing mum and dad whenever they popped back into town. I really do look forward to getting back to Hobart at ...