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... up on the walls or by the displays here, we're all digital these days). Marc hilariously asked 'what's an iPod?' when the staff said it worked 'just like an iPod' and she looked so nonplussed he quickly had to add he was joking - no one had made that joke before!
Anyway we were told not touch anything several times so were hyper aware of Lotte at all times, but she was just the best little museum goer, saying 'don't touch it' to herself when ...
... of the cask-aged middle grade for a rather considerable sum, (they had no full bottles left from their rather limited production), This, together with my week old mustache, become my souvenirs of our trip. Paula is still working on hers, but at least it will not be a mustache! I hope!
The rest of the day was spent walking around Hobart, soaking in the sights, shopping and staying out of the car.
... of the place, and driving me the way in which I'd walk from A-B-C, doing loops around the city for me...absolute star! Hobart already has made me fall in love with it, and I haven't even left the shuttle bus. It feels like home. Not just looks wise, but got me captured. The beautiful small houses all over the place, on little hills, old buildings everywhere, little side streets, this is a lovely old city, and feels like the oldest place I have visited in Australia ...
... we are seeing blue skies. Arrived at Warrumbungle around 2 p.m and found a good camp spot with kangaroos around us. Purchased a N.S.W annual national park camp pass as from here we look out for national parks To stay in. We are about 790 km south of ...
... legs and feet. So we unleashed the big black beast - we jumped into the Nissan Pulsar for a hard days driving. We only found out yesterday that this is a long weekend in Tassie. Monday is Labour Day. Explains why so much of the accommodation here has 'No Vacancy' signs up. There's also a State election this coming Saturday. We inadvertently picked a period when it's all going off! We started out by driving to Bicheno - a town about half an hour's drive north of Swansea. Here ...
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