Port Arthur Motor Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... had a gorgeous baby bandicoot running under the tables. The Blowhole was a large cave/tunnel pushing water through & splashing up over the rocks. We went through Doo Town. Little signs on houses to do with Doo, Dr Doolittle, doo me, that'll doo ect. Tasman arch was spectacular large arch looking out to the ocean. Devil's kitchen was hard to see with all the tree's around but towering huge weathered sandstone cliff ...
... local's go out later in the day for 'squiding’ and come back well after dark. While watching the local seal, we happen to be on the dock upon the locals return and provide a flashlight beacon to guide them home. A dad, young son and daughter hop out of the oar-powered dingy with several squids and proceed to clean them. The 2 kids were up to their wrists in squid ink. We have no idea how to clean a squid, so are very ...
... were normally closed were open. So we hit a good time for our wanderings.
We were very interested in each of the homes and the history and figure we have a lot to read up on
After seven hours we were pooped. Allan has Wiki Camps loaded on his Tablet which we use constantly to find a campsite. (Thanks Sally our Adelaide friend who put us onto this site). We found a fantastic camp at Premaydena. Perfect for us. As we drove in one ...
... was another John Jones, this one sentenced to seven years for stealing a shirt. At least I nicked a great deal more for my seven years!
This wrapped up our visit to Tasmania. A place I will always remember for the tough driving conditions and the noisy car exhausts. They should really do something about the yahoos that seem to get a kick out of racing around after dark to see how much noise they can make. What else do you do if you are cooped up on an ...
... it's not surprising how many people visit here. But as we had already seen a convict prison in Fremantle we decided to skip going in, even if it was 'haunted!' The city of Hobart was our next stop. Hobart is the capital of Tasmania and the most populated. We found somewhere to have fish and chips where we could look out onto the port. Again as all of the buildings are made out of actual brick and were build when the British first came over here the whole place has a really British ...