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... we had a bite of lunch and then went on our self guided walk. We spent three hours walking the grounds and exploring most of the buildings that were open. Being the first warm, dry day since arriving in Tasmania, we enjoyed our day in the sun. These days the grounds a beautiful with lots of flowers, lawns, and big trees.
By 3:30 we were tired of walking and ready for a break. I wanted to start heading back to ...
... Devil, kangaroos, kolas, wombats and some pretty birds. We got to feed the kangaroos, pet the wombats, and just observe the rest of the wildlife. Some animals live out their live here others are rehabilitated back to the wild. One of our more informative stops. We are back to Hobart for the night and off to Port Arthur tomorrow. Should be another interesting ...
Toured Mt Wellington. 12oC but wind chill factor -12oC. During the Wooden Boat Festival, explored foreshores of Constitution Dock, Franklin Wharf and Salamanca Place around the maze of wooden boat exhibits . John tried his first Scallop Pie at Salamanca Markets.
Enjoyed the Hobart Cup Races with the Bookies paying for our drinks and ...
Said my goodbye's and Christmas wishes to the neighbours and drove to Hobart airport. I had decided to leave my car there for the ten days - they have a new 'Saver' parking area, and it was only going to cost me seventy dollars for the duration - worth it in my mind.
An easy flight and the usual three hour wait at Melbourne airport, then on my way to Singapore. Not sure I would fly a low cost airline again (unless it was super cheap), as seven and a half hours is a long time ...
... day dawned so we decided to be very grown up and civilized and explore the Botanic Gardens which turned out to be quite good. Pretty sure everyone else in the gardens was English too either that or we have lost the ability to tell accents anymore which is more probable.
Had lunch and a wander around the central market which involved being a lot less grown up and gravitating towards sweet stalls, pie stalls and brightly coloured doughnuts. Wandered some more and the found a pub. ...