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... Hobart and one in Sommers Bay, on the peninsula to Port Arthur. They came with easter eggs for the girls. Georgia told them all about our trip to the zoo and showed them the photos she had taken on her ipod. We talked for a while and had a cup of tea before they had to head off.
It’s our last night at Cambridge, it’s raining now - enough to wash the mud off our car, the girls are playing hangman and we are packing up ready to head off to Launceston ...
... in the warm ( by Tassie standards) calm clear waters. I rolled him back into the sea after his photo shoot as the gulls were looking interested. It clouded over so I headed back for a nice chilli washed down with the delicious Devil's Corner Pinot Noir. Jules' 60 Great Short Walks Completed List 5 Cape Hauy 9k 52 Apsley River Waterhole and Gorge 6k 53 Friendly Beaches 5k 54 Cape Tourville 1k 56 Wineglass Bay & Hazards Beach Circuit 11k 59 Painted Cliffs 5k 66 Fossil Cliffs ...
... light along the tour drew you close to hear bloody tales from long ago. The tour involved storytelling and pathways through darkened ruins and revealed bizarre occurrences during Port Arthur’s history, baffling and alarming convicts, free settlers, soldiers and today’s visitors alike. We listened to first hand accounts of prisoners and soldiers but alias no ghosts, Got Bach to our cabin around 10:45, had a wine and an uneasy sleep that night ...
... island was called, Isle of the Dead. The second island was the first juvenile prison in the world! It was called, point puer. Then we went on a walking tour which the guide talked about how long the buildings have been around for and all sorts of history facts. She talked about the channel and jobs that were taught to the convicts. Also the guide was very vague on the massacre that happened only 17 years ago. After ...
... br> In Hobart it is very cold and it rains a lot , but no snow! We are having lots of fun here.On Saturday night our plugs did not work so we had extra blankets on our beds but it was still cold! Today we are going to Mount Wellington today.We have been very busy so we cannot be homesick.The landing to Hobart was very rough and I thought we were going to crash, but we did not. I have been very tired for the last three nights.It has been very exciting .