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TravelPod Member ReviewsTransit Backpackers Hobart
Not a good place for a relaxing stay, it's crowded, the rooms are stuffed with bunks and the kitchen and toilets are very dirty. Therefore it's cheap and has a good location near the town centre of Hobart.
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... one exact moment, from a mind blowing amount of angles, capturing such beautiful life within the photos. It amazed me, then when I noticed how amazing it was I was trying to find all the cameras at the different angles in the images, but they are invisible, so many points of views of this one beautiful moment. I could stare at this collection of photographs turned into a slide show for hours and hours on loop, it was beautiful. Another one that made me smile like the ...
... her family were super sweet and very accommodating, they treated me like one of the family. It put such a huge smile onto my face. We went to the mountains around Hobart, which were beautiful and especially when we went up there at night. The views were spectacular and just so worth the effort.
Hobart itself is a small city, large for Tasmania but still a smaller region. It had quite a bit of everything and one very large surprise to myself…I saw an indoor ...
... we found a takeaway pizza place so ended up getting take away pizza and eating it on a park bench by the marina in the freezing cold!
The first day we headed to the Port Arthur Van Diemen's land where all the criminals from Ireland and England were sent to years ago with a sentence of hard labour. The original penitenury is still there as well as a few out houses. Its built around a harbour we got a boat around ...
... down the familiar Arthur Highway past the Hobart Airport Runway before turning into the Hobart Airport Tourist Park to book into a cabin again. For the first time we were given a cabin with a small comfy separate lounge with both a sofa and an armchair, two bedrooms, one with a Queen bed and the other with two singles. Another good part about the configuration of this cabin was that the shower/toilet room was next to the bedroom so we didn't have to walk through ...
... in the microwave, I really don’t want to hear about the time he was in a public spa bath in Japan with the yakuza. For someone with amnesia he had a lot of stories!! John did seem to have the ulterior motive that he actually wanted a lift to one of the walking trails, sadly for John we were too afraid of being in a confined space of the campsite let alone La Toya so we had to make our excuses and get the hell away from him. I usually like crazy people, but John ...