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... they hand us a ready to cook version. The seal returns, as if on cue, and is given the remaining squid bits.]
We tackle the Cape Hauy track the next day. It’s only a 9km hike but I would say 6km of it is either up a step or down a step. It’s a brutal cruel joke. I can’t imagine how much effort it took to build all those staircases up and down the ravines on the cape. After 5 hours on the Cape ...
Toured Hobart today, Saturday, so we're able to take in the Salamanca Market, where there was the usual fare of accessories, clothes, household items and food. We had chicken satay sticks and pizza for lunch. Arthur Circus had quaint houses and this part of town had other historic buildings. We spent one and half hours in the city museum and art gallery. I found the information about the Tasmanian tiger and Antarctica interesting. The treatment dished out to ...
... only referred to the memorial garden that was done in honour of the 35 people that lost their lives on that tragic day. The guide stated that no-one talks about it as the majority of the people in the area were affected by the loss of close ones and it is still very raw and overwhelming for them all. Mads & I spent a few hours checking the penitentiary, asylum, the second completely blocked off prison, soldiers block and ...
... suffices to say that modern art really just isn't our thing, for 2 or so hours we really tried but alas no, we're not fans. Manders in particular really hated it.
From MONA we headed back to Hobart and beyond to Mount Wellington, where after a very steep and windy drive up the mountain road you come to an amazing view point that when we visited was both stunning and freezing!
After a relaxed Saturday night curry ...
... and 2 piglets) and lots of chickens. Most of the enclosures you could walk into and get hands on with the animals. There was a cocky there who went by the name of Ned Kelly there who had come from Hobart’s oldest pet store after his first owner died and the second owner sold the shop. The sign said he was 87 years old. He’s named Ned Kelly because he likes wearing a tin can on his head.
Next we came across one of the meerkat enclosures, they ...