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... Hobart. It is a beautiful little town with candy colored bungalows and gardens and parks. And it feels really spooky. Then you realize that nobody lives there. It turns out that this is a town that was shut down in 1996 by the hydroelectric plant that built it, was purchased by an Australian corporation known for Merino wool, and turned into accommodations. There are no full time residents although there are some Scottish Highland ...
... scenic on this sunny day.
The first little town we passed was Lauderdale.South of Lauderdale is the Calvert Conservation area where there was a beaut lookout near Black Jack Rocks. From the lookout you could see across Storm Bay, over to Betsey Island, and down to a lovely beach that would take a bit of effort to get to, ie remote. However grey to black skies were building up we decided to get moving.
Eventually we came to the little village ...
... The stretchy pegless clothesline was a handy item, but neither of the hotels had anywhere convenient to hook it onto.
4. A tip from a friend: Take one UK power adaptor and a 4 plug powerboard to charge multiple devices. I found one that you can recharge USB devices via a USB connection as well as other devices through the power plugs.
5. My iPad was my best friend on the trip. I put all my travel documents on there and could access them very ...
... course. Georgia had fresh berries and cream for a snack, they were delicious. I sampled some Jostaberry jam and wished I had bought some.
By 10am we’d seen (and purchased) enough and headed off to the FE-FC Nationals being held at the Cenotaph in Hobart.
There were around 100 cars from all over Australia. I think the only state not represented was Northern Territory. The sun was shining, but the weather was definitely cooler. We checked ...
... back to the ship I discovered I had missed some any way. It is so huge and you need a good day to get around it all. I took masses of photos. All the buildings where built by the convicts and the furniture in the officers homes where made by them and was beautiful. We were asked by the ship organisers not to talk about the shooting massacre that happened a few years ago because some of the staff are still working ...
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20 Lowelly Road, Lindisfarne | Hotelfrom $90