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... Could spend a lifetime learning about this beautiful culture.
Spent the rest of the afternoon wandering around the Salamanca art/craft stalls, having a coffee, reading my book, and being so tempted to buy so many lovely little things, favourite store called 'SpaceBar' filled with so many beautiful little bits and pieces. Went for a wander up to Battery point, however unfortunately the majority of the little places advised to go to were closed on Mondays ...
... me bugger all time to make it to my Hobart connection gate at Tullamarine. Sprinting ala Carl Lewis, I make it by the skin of the proverbial huffing and puffing. Loving a little solo action on the QANTAS link flight in direct contrast to the rather snug trip from Melbourne I no sooner have a little snack and a hot coffee and we are descending into the capital of the Apple Isle. What a beautiful ...
... and everything! We also woke up early to listen to the hottest 100 but the streaming was terrible quality so we gave up.
Instead we went into Pweto to visit Henry and enjoy his glorious view, and luckily the weather lifted, as we were vibing that Aussie summer. Henry works for the estate of Katumba who was a big man here in Pweto. Katumba had grand ideas for Pweto. While he was still alive he built a lodge on the lake, with the plan to have guests stay at his ...
... a great reason to save coming back for another day. Following this we went over to a playground to meet with Joey's brother Jacob and his wife Anna and their son Jack they live over in Sydney but are back for the holidays. Was lovely to have a play and a drink and meet them, just the 2 sisters who live over on the mainland in Melbourne to go! Haha!! Last night we had a relaxing night Zada the other housemate was home he had been over in Poland for 2 weeks with ...
... first day in Tassie, we visited a very old sweet factory in Launceston, and also visited the gorge and had a ride on the cable cars. The cable cars took us over the gardens and the gorge and gave us the most amazing views. There were peacocks in the grounds too! After this we decided to stick to our plan and drove down from Launceston to Cradle Mountain. The camper van struggled to get above 80km/ph and even when I could reach those speeds, the wind was so strong the old, swaggy ...
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