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12. Things not to forget: Contact lenses. (This bears repeating.)
13. Travel money (2): We got some GB pounds, Euros, $ Brunei, $ Singapore and UAE dirham before we left. The latter three were for use in the airports (Brunei accepts $ Brunei and Singapore), but they weren't necessary, as both Brunei and Dubai airports accept $ Australian, and all you really have time for there is to buy is a drink and maybe a tacky souvenir (or is that just me?). ...
... site which served as a penal camp and town at the beginning of the colonization period. Prior to the utilization of this camp prisons had always been about detention/ deterrence rather than about rehabilitation. This was the first penal area that tried to find ways to make the convicts product members of society. They taught them skills they could utilize to get jobs and support themselves so they would hopefully not have to reoffend. Bare in ...
... t looking good and we were brushing on empty, knowing that we didn't want to be stranded near Murder's Hill we rerouted the GPS (Lauren) and got back to civilisation, refuelled and back on track.
We made one final stop, before coming into Hobart, at the Waddamana Hydropower Station Museum. Waddamana town seemed like something out of a horror film. The houses we're all run down weatherboard with not a soul around. It wasn't till we entered ...
... t like it she growled and she would vibrate if very happy! Disconcerting at first but good fun! I treated myself to lunch, overlooking the river. I had a lovely Vietnamese chicken noodle salad, washed down with a Moo Brew pale ale, made by the microbrewery attached to the museum. I chatted to a couple of people over lunch. Even if people didn't like things it created lots of talk and made you think and question things. After lunch I had a ...
... from a parrot - one of three up a tree in the park. We identified the "offending" bird as a Long-billed Corella. It is cream in colour with peachy coloured skin on the neck and head. We sat outside for a drink and a few nibbles around 7:30pm - not something we've been able to do very much down here. Our spot here at Snug is good in the respect that the awning is on the western side of the van and the sun shines in until around ...