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Hmmmm... I woke up feeling a little worse for wear this morning. I chatted to Gaz and still didn't quite know what to do with myself. I lolled around for a while and packed eventually to check out at 11am. It was a lovely sunny day in Hobart and I had a few hours to kill before my plane left. I decided to visit the Female Factory, a world heritage …
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 …
... so we then had the whole beach to ourselves to watch these amazing little creatures complete their evening routine. We sat on a rock up near the beach and a group of about 5 penguins just sat next us preening. They did not care for a second that we were sat there. Eventually they made a run for it and headed up the sand to their babies nests but not before scooting right in front of our feet just inches from us. We were freezing cold, but to witness this amazing ...
... marsupials that are carniverous, we see first-hand how aggressive they can be!, they make short thrift of the wallaby leg they are given, eating every last morsel including fur and bone !
Our final day in Tasmania is spent exploring the capital of Hobart properly. We catch the bus into town, then visit the sizable harbour and the local markets. It’s quite a pretty town, with a lot of history (Tasmania was mostly used as a penal colony even from the start, ...