Graham Court Apartments
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... And don't ask us if we have cable-cars that go up mountains..if you want to get to the top of our mountains...then climb the bloody things!...And another thing mate don't refer to mainland Australia being the mainland"...with his finger firmly pointing to the ground he said, "THIS is the mainland". I would imagine this new-found knowledge allowed me to cope with the long winding narrow roads on my trip up the east coast. "That 'ol bloke might have been right", I ...
... Mountain. We hopped on Highway 1 and drove four and a half hours north towards Launceston where we were staying for the night. Once we got to the area we bought our park passes, packed our bags with water and lunch (we made lunch and dinner 5/7 days we were there, no more $26 surprises), then waited for the shuttle to drive us into the park. The park is massive, and the mountains are even more massive. We decided to do the circuit around Dove Lake then hike up to Marion's ...
... regnans) tall trees towering up to 79m. In the evening ex enjoyed a walk at dusk and in the dark and were fortunate enough to see plenty of pademelons, possum and glow-worms. Thursday 5 February History and drink Back in Hobart we took in the Female Factory - for female convicts in the 1800s. The guide and an accompanying play providing a superb insight into the hardship and abuse of women convicts at the time. The afternoon was a little less heartbreaking as we took in a ...
... felt brick houses were more solid investments.
Early trade was based on ship building and whale oil, as whales were plentiful in the Derwent River (easy to hunt). Today agriculture is key - fuji apples, boutique wineries and poppies (grow 60% of the opium in the world, export powder for pill production). As we passed a McDonalds, the driver said "There's the American Embassy, of which Ronnie is ...
... thunder storm rolled in. The wind was so strong a lot of the outside gazebos blew away and all of the umbrellas on the harbour side blew away too. The organisers were on the loud speaker telling everyone to come inside the pavilion, so we were then shoulder to shoulder with thousands of people which was a little uncomfortable. At least we had some food to eat while we waited. We had a quick look at the shops in the city ...