Travel Blogs from Hobart
Today we left the caravan park early and headed to the
remarkable MONA. A gallery of modern art. We were not sure what to expect, but
had met two travellers the day before who classed it as the highlight of their
As we entered, we were handed iPods and headphones. There were no footnotes at
the bottom of any artworks …
... Lots of handmade items. We purchased a souvenir for the bar at home – an interesting piece made from scrap, titled "Lamb-ourghini" – it’s a lamb on top of a car (made from a can, batteries, steel wool, etc). Other purchases included some jams, relish from Pirate Bay, some Mongrel Socks (purchased some on our last trip and they were unreal), gifts for Georgia’s friends, some cookies, mini quiche, raspberries, apple cider and ...
... 3 (back in civilisation)
Riding time 3:07
Elapsed time 3:53
SK personal KPI's:
No flies swallowed
No roadkill runover
Amount of food consumed - truckloads
Net weight gain/loss (700gms going by Sat AM to Fri AM base weight - I've been told the weight is likely to come off next week as long as I don't eat as if I'm riding 150kms each day).
Requests to return next ...
... tantalizes all the senses. In the Salamanca markets there is a very, very nice café called "The Tricycle Bar Café'. There food was great, it was cheap and the service was fast even though it was packed.
Mt Wellington: Mt Wellington is a tall mountain overlooking Hobart. We drove to the top today and had breathtaking views because we had good weather and no clouds.
... of my fever, teeth chattering while still sweating. Its a good look for a wedding! As you can imagine I was being very social. On the bus ride home I felt so miserable i was close to tears and Gem gave me the option of either going out to the pub or going to hospital. I opted for neither and managed to make it back to her house. I wasnt there long before everyone convinced me to go to the hospital. The girls rugged me up as I was still shivering like a madman and ...