Rydges Hotel Hobart
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Got up at 4:30 am for a 6:30 flight from Armidale to Sydney and then Sydney to Hobart. Both flights when smoothly, both flights on time and hence we arrived at the scheduled time of 11:20 am. A bit chilly in Hobart which was a welcome relief from the high temps up north. The locals said it was the best day they have had for weather for about a week …
... isn't one I'd recommend, as the SIM card kept slipping out of contact with the points in the phone and I had to reset it at least once a day. However, for £4.99 and 2 weeks, it was good enough.
10. Things you don't need (2): You won't have time to decorate your travel journal with pretty little scraps of paper and other scrapbooking stuff. You won't even open the box. Leave it at home.
11. Travel money (1): I used the 28 Degrees Mastercard, ...
... way past a glorious inlet and stop for the perfect photo of Maria Island. Then we continue up to Freycinet National Park to hit Wineglass Bay. We are welcomed in the parking lot by the local wallabies and we are hoping to be lucky and catch sight of one of the illusive wild devils. Unfortunately they are not coming out today. Not realizing the distance by car we make it a little too late in the day to hike to the bay itself but we are able to hike ...
... they usually only appear at dawn & dusk, but we figured it was worth the try anyway. After only a few minutes Jen heard splashing sounds from the river below the footbridge where we were eagerly awaiting.
It was an adult platypus that rose to the top of the murky river and continued to dive down for food before re-emerging on the surface again and again along the river edge providing us with some great photos. With grins from ear to ear we were ...
... the best I've been to today as there wasn't a huge crowd and it was easy to negotiate your way between all the stalls and to see all the items on sale. After a couple of hours and finally an icecream, we left the markets and headed for Coles at Kingston to stock up for our trip south tomorrow. By now the temperature in Hobart had risen to about 28deg. After refuelling the cruiser, we set off back to Snug via the scenic route. ...