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... up early to catch an early ferry to Bruny Island. We wanted breakfast but very little was open that early but when we did find the island's ambulance base, a woman appeared on the deck of the house and invited us in for coffee that immediately turned into an invitation for breakfast as well. So we met Jenny ambulance volunteer, and husband Bob, SES. The view from their home is magnificent so with their permission the camera was busy again. Here the sun ...
... moment spent with beautiful people...and Lee. More people should be taking the chance to see national parks, experience the natural beauty that this world has. It's here for us to enjoy, and if the 5 of us can come from the other side of the world to see it, surely that means anyone can. After our tremendous day walking, we headed on to the town of Struan on the west coast where we celebrated with a few beers and a whisky, which came about in a very strange way... As we ate ...
... down the path toward town. By the time we got downtown the rain had stopped and we decided to take a little tour around town. We wound up at the Queen Victoria Museum in Inveresk, across the river from downtown. This is a very nice museum with everything from dinosaurs to the stars. Hey, and its free!
The QVM is housed in the old locomotive shops of the Tasmanian Railway. Until 1995 they built and serviced locomotives and railcars at his ...
It's a short drive back to Hobart the next day where Betsy the Campervan is returned and we catch a flight to Melbourne [Airbus A321-200], arriving at Steffi & Torsten’s by 7:30 (for a late cocktail hour).
[I’m updating the blog a week after this flight. This is a sad day for us. Just found out today from our ...
... good thing that same tax isn't imposed on people, or I would be in serious trouble haha! So these houses could be four stories high, really long but super narrow - similar to Amsterdam I guess.
Arrived at the Aranya Hotel and shown to a beautiful room complete with rose petals spread on the bed. The staff were super friendly and the most helpful I've ever come across, as the following days would prove. A quick shower and I flopped into bed and slept like a baby.
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