Rydges Hotel Hobart
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... the table in our room and play around on the computer. Right now its raining out again, so we’re not really tempted to go out exploring. There is actually a lot to see, but we spent most of the day out in the rain, so it’s time to dry out and warm up.
After leaving Latrobe (Devonport) we headed to Launceston. Karen had read one of the tourist books she got at the i-center (information center) and found lots of cool things to do there. As ...
... stop were delicious, particularly the 2012 Pinot noir, it's evident these grapes just dominate this cooler climate. After a couple tastings, we took the suggestion from the bartender at the local pub Shamrocks and made our way to the Tahune Airwalk. Not sure what we thought this place would be all about, but we rolled up to the joint in dresses and sandals, with a coffee in hand. This was the man to inform me of the 3 types of snakes, and to make me aware that snakes were ...
Saturday 7 February Hobart
Being Saturday we had to go to Salamanca Markets this morning. I had heard so much about the markets and I thought the quality was excellent, some of the stall holders had very Tasmanian goods. I think the boys were a bit bored but after an hour we called in at Smalt for a coffee. We also had a look in the Tassal shop next door at all the Salmon and interesting sauces ...
... you! A smiling driver with my name on his clipboard was a welcome sight at Hanoi airport I can tell you - it was now after 11pm and I had been on the go since six that morning.
No traffic on the roads meant an easy drive into the old town area of Hanoi. Passed many traditional houses - they are so narrow! Some would be no wider that ten feet (truly!) - about the width of my living room. Apparently in days gone by there was a 'width tax' imposed on houses as land was ...
... Devil Park, which was the best fun of these nature parks. We got a great guide and she gave us a good understanding of Devils, and fed one while we were there. The Devils are a carnivorous marsupial that has poor eyesight but a great nose. We then went into an area where they kept some geese, kangaroos and wallamelons (sp?). They gave us some pellets to feed to the animals, and the kangaroos came right up and ...