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Today we headed in to show Sue Salamanca Markets. We spent a few hours there and all left with a few goodie. Mostly food as usual. We did find a few Chrissy presents too which was good. We left Hobart and headed west towards Port Arthur. We stopped at Dunalley Fish Market for lunch as we had heard they had great locally caught fish and chips. It was pretty good. I think we are ...
... established an historic site. We toured through the grounds and buildings and then took a cruise to the Isle of the Dead which was the cemetery for the colony and over 1100 bodies were buried there. The second stop on the cruise was the Point Puer Boys prison. This island was the first juvenile reformatory the British empire. Most of the boys were between 14 and 17 with the youngest just 9 years old. The life was harsh with ...
Only a week away and Puffin and friends, Lynden and Yvonne (A.K.A Poppy & Nanny) , take to the air: Bags are packed and the countdown begins. This will be Puffin's first trip back to Canada, since he arrived at Carlton one Xmas to escape the cold! A great itinerary has been organized by Sandy and Steve and now Puffin, Lynden and Yvonne are looking forward to a fantastic Adventure. Will Puffin be able to out run bears, in the quest ...
... the departure lounge ...... Where this is now being written!
While we were in the departure lounge, the area quietly filled up and before it was time to board our plane, we noticed that most of the chairs at the cafe tables were now occupied by people having refreshments before their flights. It was just after 3.30pm when we joined the queue, had our boarding passes checked, and then walked across the tarmac to our waiting Qantas plane for the flight to Melbourne. ...
... at the Port Arthur Historic Site ahead. Port Arthur is the infamous former convict settlement that operated between 1830 and 1877 on an isolated peninsula on the southeast tip of Tasmania. It held up to 1200 prisoners at a time, almost all of whom were recidivists whose first crime(s) got them shipped from Britain to mainland Australia, and whose subsequent offense resulted in a sentence at Port Arthur. Much about the prison was progressive for its time, ...