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... our course instructors) reminds us to float like a butterfly, not like a buffalo. Maybe I am still waiting for the chrysalis stage.
While the rider briefing dragged on I trawled through Facebook and my heart sunk, Glen's birthday today? He hadn't said a word. Boy are we lousy riding buddies. Too late to get a cake now!
Also interesting news today, one of the handful of journalists came off his BMW loaned bike and broke a ...
... the temperatures hover around freezing and below.
There is a hiking trail down the mountain that I wanted to do. I think it takes 4-5 hours to hike down off the mountain. But, the bitter cold wind and temperatures changed my mind. Instead of hiking down, I took the van back down to Hobart. I really was looking forward to the hike down. But, back down the mountain, Hobart is still only 49F!
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Well...final day in Hobart Town as I fly back to the mainland early on Monday. A delayed wake up this morning as 2am finish night before at local Irish Pub. Shoes sticking to the floor, toilets absolutely disgusting and mostly underage drinkers summarises the status of the establishment. Still...good times. Sunday was always about the infamous Gas Works, a little historical site that showcases all the wines ...
... platypus, it was the highlight of our trip'. After desperately searching every body of water the prior day for a platypus we thought it was at least worthwhile asking the hosts about the comment. With instructions to walk a mere 500m down the road for known colonies of platypus we put our departure on hold and went on the hunt for this elusive monotreme.
It was just after 11am by this stage, which we knew wasn't the ideal time for seeing these ...
The last couple of days have been busy as we continue the Tasmania portion of our Australia trip. For us, yesterday started at the Salamanca Market. When Garyn and I were deciding where to go in Australia, one of the draws of Tasmania was the famous Salamanca Market each Saturday in Hobart. There are tons of exhibitors who take over an area by the waterfront in Hobart (Tassie's biggest city). The market runs each Saturday and starts at 8AM. ...