Lenna of Hobart
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Free parking
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... 8217;s monthly blues club, which happened to coincide with our visit.
One of the advantages of being further south is that the days are longer; it doesn’t go dark till around 8pm, so we are able to find the place in the light. The approach from Sorell to Hobart is spectacular – you cross 2 sea causeways and then there is a soaring bridge over the Derwent estuary into Hobart city, which is bigger than I had expected. M got to play a couple of numbers in the ...
... for this trip - Bruce knows where we are going and what we are doing but he had not actually looked at the itinerary in any detail - so he was given the task of going through all the documents and checking that everything was in order. He came up with just one question about the documentation. An email was sent to Margaret to clarify a point - she is on to it and all will be in order when we take off on Sunday 30 August.
... was very similar to NZ but perhaps more older stone houses. There was a lot of filigree work on these houses and we were told that it had been made from the iron ballast in the early days of the sailing ships particularly. One surprising thing was that I saw very few Aborigine names for places but many, many English place names. The population of Tasmania is approaching 500 ...
... of them, all beautiful in their own way...except maybe Coen, but were not going to ruin this blog by reverting to the dark days. It gave all of us a chance to bond even more, cement our friendship through naturally beautiful views and helping each other with the walk. Sitting looking down over Dove lake from the facetrack with my new travel companions is a moment that will stay with me. Unlike most of my moments travelling, there was no alcohol, no games, no partying...it was just ...
Travelling with "Under Down Under" Tours and guide Matt.
An early start with pick up at 7 am at the Montgomery Hotel and YHA, a short walk with our backpacks from our Customs House Waterfront Hotel. We are 16, 4 Caucasians (2 Canadians(us) , 1 German 1 Swiss ( young men) and and 12 Asians from Hong Kong, Sydney, Japan and Singapore ( 3 men the balance women).
We covered a variety of ...