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... this would have been fantastic, but then it would have also been crowded with tourists too. Today, in the rain, there were only a few hardy people walking the trail. It dawned on us that we were actually doing our Thursday walk, since it was still Thursday back home.
We hiked up the gorge to a suspension bridge that crosses the river. We then stopped at the little cafe near the bridge to warm up with a coffee and a treat. Having recharged, we ...
... kind of just hangs together by the rods and gives you the best view looking out to the mountains, forest and river below. After a couple hours of exploring, we jumped in the car and made our way back to the city. We woke up at the crack of dawn on Friday, and were on route to Freycinet National Park to embark on possibly our most active day yet. We started our day with a three-hour guided sea kayaking tour in Coles Bay, a quick 2.5 hours from our hostel in Hobart. The drive ...
... half hour ferry trip gives us a great view of the Diamond Princess and the fly over of a group of red and white striped planes that are displaying their formations. In less than half an hour we arrive at Mona, the Moorilla Winery originally housed in the Building has since been expanded into the Museum. It's an impressive building from the ferry.
We entered the museum and wandered around looking at most of ...
... here). But the hotel -- another serviced apartment, this time in a converted jam factory dating from the 1880's, right on the water -- was a dream, so we were happy to come back and watch the sunset from the balcony.
We woke up to clear skies and a whole day with nothing on our agenda. We'd planned on going for a hike, but the water was so calm and the kayak tour guy was hanging out on his boat at 7 AM without any plans of ...
After our morning walk this morning we went to the Wooden Boat Centre http://www.woodenboatcentre.com/. We were taken on a tour of the centre and watched as craftsmen created wooden boats. The volunteer guide loved his job and knew a thing or a million about wood, boats, tools and construction methods. The 'about twenty minute' tour ...