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... you! A smiling driver with my name on his clipboard was a welcome sight at Hanoi airport I can tell you - it was now after 11pm and I had been on the go since six that morning.
No traffic on the roads meant an easy drive into the old town area of Hanoi. Passed many traditional houses - they are so narrow! Some would be no wider that ten feet (truly!) - about the width of my living room. Apparently in days gone by there was a 'width tax' imposed on houses as land was ...
... towards the Great Western Tiers again, Tasmanian Police had set up an early morning breathalyzer station. Very early for testing, unless someone had tipped them off to our presence. Anyway, I didn't hear that anyone had any dramas, so perhaps a waste of their time after all that.
After a morning tea stop at Deloraine and with a packed lunch tucked away, we reached Waddamana Power Station Museum for our lunch stop. I browsed through ...
... on the island, with a metro population of 218,000 (in 2013). There are only 492,000 inhabitants on the entire island! The second-deepest sea port in the world is here in Hobart!
There are mountains here seemingly untouched . . . and deserted beaches. The rugged coast has 17 national parks, and hikers come from all over the world for this hikers paradise!
I check in at the 'overwhelmingly green' "Pickled Frog Hostel". It turns out ...
... Hobart. All well, except our baggage did not arrive in Hobart. A check with the Qantas staff reveals a mix up in Melbourne and it will come later in the day and be delivered to our home. At least Qantas was consistent. They buggered up the first part of our trip and now this. We would not willingly fly Qantas in the future. They are a long way from their former glory this lot.
What did we think of our trip? Overall, fantastic. Here is a quick summary.
1. Scotland - a ...
We definitely have a reasonable number of guys suffering from aches and pains and 3 had to spend time in the van today. I was lucky - had a bit of patella pain for a couple of hours but it disappeared after lunch (thanks voltaren).
Otherwise - was a very pleasant/easy/boring ride in to Hobart and am really looking forward to doing a loop ride tomorrow and hopefully include the hill. Keep that ****** weather up on the ...
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