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... out to be a public café / playground operated as part of the C3 church). Makayla was very excited to see the playground.
My room was so warm and cosy, the furniture was old but clean and every piece of furniture was polished. The heating was just right as it was a cool day. My bed was like a huge marshmallow and it was just the way I liked it. The reception area was also very old and I felt like it was from the 1900's. My cooked breakfasts at the hotel were included in the price, the food isn’t any different from ...
So I haven't written anything for a while. The reasons are 2 fold. 1, I didn’t enjoy my last place 100%. As you can see in my previous post I didn’t particularly like the last host, and so didn’t want to write anything in the worry that she would happen to see it. And 2, I was always a bit run down, due to all the hate and couldn’t be bothered. But now that I've left, it should be ok haha. It’s a shame because the place and work were ...
... drank to our trip. What a whisky it was, if you ever get the chance, Lark 43% from Tasmania. Brilliant. And that's another thing we found in Tasmania, the locals are so much friendlier than the mainland, they, for the most part, are interested in what you have to say, where you have been and what your going to do. Since the island is so small, they also have an opinion on where your going or where you've been. Tasmanian: "Where ya heading mate?" You: "Were heading to Cradle ...
... mountains. Our best adventure happened in the mountains, but we started at the ocean.
We flew into Hobart, the capital city of Tasmania, and were lucky enough to arrive during the bi-annual wooden boat show. The harbor was full of sailing ships and pirate ships and yachts and tiny wooden boats. It was a sailor's dream and fun for the rest of us, especially since the boats came with easy access to the freshest seafood ...
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