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... 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, ...
We were up at 5 this morning and put the final touches on our packing. We had some breakfast and got dressed then left for the airport at 6, stopping to get some fuel then on to Kerry's.
We were 15mins early and it was all quiet at Kerry's place when we arrived. I found Sienna and Kerry sleeping soundly! I was debating whether to wake them up when Immy cried and Kerry's eyes popped open. Hopefully I didn't scare ...
... s future". Well they're future looks bleak. Back in the city we headed for cover again and paid a visit to the museum. This was a fantastic museum. It had a brilliant exhibition about the child migrants forced to Australia in the 1800s and most likely lured in to child labour and abuse. It was a powerful exhibition that we both thoroughly found moving. The next part that I found extremely eye opening was the small room dedicated to ...
... night left, we quickly made our way downtown and bought tickets for another Hop on, Hop off bus tour. Not having much time we stayed on the narrated tour for the full circuit. I mentioned that, Andrew Young, the Master Cooper we met at Seppeltsfield Estate wines recommended that we stop in at Lark’s Distillery and say hello to the owner if he was there. As it happened, the distillery was where we got off the bus, Bill Lark ...