Mantra One Sandy Bay Road
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Well...what a classic apartment....could not ask for more...
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A chilly start to the day on the lake as I feverishly packed my bags for Hobart. Having booked car into long term parking I set off for the big smoke of Brissie pumped to explore a part of Australia I was not familiar with. A midday flight courtesy of the flying kangaroo served as the median for my transportation to wintery Tassie. Loving the …
... Hobart. ...driving around, day 2: We drove to Bruny Island today, again my idea. While arriving the harbour to take the ferry again the same question from Miram. ''What is on Bruny Island.'' ''Honestly? I have no idea.'' We bought a ferry ticket and drove around Bruny Island. Bruny Island seemed to be a beautiful island full of nature, wildlife and delicatessen. Like wine, oysters, grapes, cheese, salmon etc. ~~We had a wonderful day 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 ...
We passed through the mangled throng of people in customs and quarantine without any problems. Our e-passports made entry back into the country easy. We caught the T-Bus from the international terminal to the domestic terminal, freshened up and had a coffee while we waited for our flight from Sydney to Melbourne. Well after getting in early from Vancouver, we ended up getting into Hobart later than scheduled. The weather, in particular strong winds, caused runway closures ...
... after an hour and we kept on our way. Had a couple of long downhill stretches of at least a couple of ks at 9-11% which were fun but as I was at the back it meant I was on the brakes the whole time which was a bit of a pain.
We left the forests and came through the dairy/farming country and started seeing more civilisation. It is amazing to think how close the remote badlands are to Hobart.
Stop at Hamilton for morning ...