Travel Blogs from Hobart
Another early start! Early enough to see the sun rise over the harbour. I spent a few hours over another leisurely brekkie, doing some domestic chores and catching up with Gaz on Skype. I headed into town under clear sunny skies. I started my outing with a two hour tour on a topless London double decker bus, taking in all the main sites in Hobart. …
I woke up early after another cold night (I wore my hat in bed!)!and a possum visitation. I had my last camp breakfast whilst listening to and watching the birds, including a couple of swift parrots. I packed up the car making sure all my camp gear was clean. My friend is very kindly taking it back to the UK to give me some luggage space. Some of …
There's a quaint charm to Hobart that isn't really captured by other Australian capital cities. It could be the one way roads, the general lack of cars (perhaps because it's a long weekend), or the overall friendliness of the place. Whatever it is it would be a shame of it some day lost it. After doing our stuff off at the hotel we made our way …
... is incredibly famous) managed to get the participating youth choirs (over 160 choristers) to sing in unison and produce some really great sounds. The choice of music was spine tingling too.
All your girls are well. There are a few sniffles and sore throats appearing now, so we're mindful of this and taking all sorts of precautions. We've still got a few busy days ahead of us, hence, we don't want the girls to be getting ...
... What has been the highlight for today was the workshop with Darren Percival (who became a household name through The Voice Australia) who was inspirational and if you see all the girls comments, they will remember this event forever!! They all gravitated to him and he was very clever in his voice coaching lesson - even his boom box creations were very cool!
All the girls have been amazing with ...
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