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... for more food!!! We went out for a visit to the Salmon Ponds. It was blowing a gale, but still enjoyable. The Salmon Ponds is the oldest trout hatchery in the Southern Hemisphere. It was the birthplace of trout in Australia, and the beginning of Tasmania's trout fishery. We looked in the ponds and fed the different trout - albino, brown, rainbow, and brook. There were also Atlantic salmon in the ponds. A platypus from the Plenty River, put on a show for us as we walked ...
... thought why not take a bigger sling bag, carry everything in that and ditch the backpack altogether.
I have two options.
First a little Hedgren bag that has like a million pockets. Apparently this is good for travelling because you can stash important things like passports in hidden pockets and never find them again.
See, pockets everywhere! I love pockets.
Pockets means a place for everything and ...
... an option.
But I wanted to visit my aunt and meet my other cousins, and this was the best chance I'd ever had to do it.
I'd thought about a basic 2 week plan that would have given me some time in London, some time with my family and some time in a couple of other places I thought that, if I was going that far, I really should see.
Then I put it away.
Finally I decided I had to do this, and Lil Sis (who from hereon in will be known as LMW) ...
... player and radio. The fridge is also a mini-bar - stocked with beer and white wine. There’s also a selection of red wine if you wish. Best of all plunger coffee – not a sachet of international roast in sight!
We went into New Norfolk for a chinese feast and back to the chalet for wildlife spotting. It was ***********vince the kids to go to bed, Georgia was probably too excited about getting to feed the farm animals in the ...
... away from a port they have what is called a Sail Away Party on the deck. It really is a bit if a sales Gimmick because there is load music and dancing that everyone on land can hear as you sail away, but they are lots of fun. Tonight we stayed up to watch the city of Hobart lights as we sailed away and got onto the Party ...