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Very quiet and peaceful...enjoying thus far..just got here last night
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Today we visited a prison. Not just any prison, Port Arthur. All of you Australians will have to give me a break here while I try to explain to my American readers the significance of Port Arthur. As many of you know, there were many penal colonies here in Australia in the early 1800s. I’m not really sure why the English chose Australia, but I think they just wanted to get the criminals out of England. Many ...
... latest which we had stored on the computer. Sat 17th - We caught a bus to the city to catch up with the Salamanca Markets which is a 'must do'. Afterwards we had some lunch then headed back to the campground and had a few more drinks, cooked a nice dinner and sat down playing cards and dice games which was good fun. Hobart is a great city to visit and the people are very friendly and go ...
... sure we’re best buds now.
Drew almost had a heart attack when 2 long scaly things appeared on the path but they were just Blue Tongued Lizards so snake crisis averted. Found a lovely free camp spot for the evening in a little forest glade, almost made the mistake of camping next to the ‘new age’ travelers but luckily saw the bongos and relocated.
12 Emus (3 babies) 2 Koalas 2 Blue Tongued Skinks 1 Grass Skink 1 Echidna
... including a raw milk one which was tangier than most peoples likings but for those adventurous few I would recommend it.
After being swayed by the cute guy behind the counter we left with over $170.00 worth of goodies including a shirt for myself that says 'Cheese makes me happy' on the back. I couldn't say no after having this nickname granted upon me several years back. Yet again no one else on the tour seemed to buy anything.
Our last foodie stop ...
I opened the curtains to find a very overcast Hobart with some clouds holding promises if rain. After some brekkie I walked down to the waterfront and joined a very long queue for the Mr-I MONA ROMA cat ferry to MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art. For the duration if the 30 min journey up the River Derwent I clung onto the rails whilst getting battered by the wind on the deck. We went past the catamaran ship yard and the zinc factory ...