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After we left Milford Sound we had two pretty rough days in the Tasman Sea. Despite the rough seas got a 5th workout in (1:41 and 1,067 cals). Dinner at Sette Mari, our first shared table, with a couple from New Jersey - Vern and Nancy (Financial/Life & Teacher). I posted on Facebook but will include Vern's comment here as well - "Aren't you folks a little young to be on this cruise? We thought you were ...
We had decided to spend New Years Eve sampling the delights of Hobart. After a relaxed morning we arrived in Hobart around 10.30 and parked in a 24 hour parking garage, securing our spot for the day.
We then wandered over to the harbour and took some pics of Hunter Street and its jam emporium. Soon we were walking amongst the boats of the Rolex Sydney to Hobart boat race and happened to catch the presentation of the cup to the winners, which was a ...
... No matter, seems they already have his replacement lined up for tomorrow!
After finding our hotel, Jake took his dusty self off to Risdon Vale for a quick visit to his folks while Glen and I settled into our hotel rooms and cleaned up and plugged in all manner of electronic devices for charging. Today's pesky dirt has gotten into every nook and cranny of everything, and I feel like someone has shoved a pencil up each of my nostrils. ...
... me what flight I'm on. I would then have to redirect them to the other terminal. I never thought that the words Domestic and International would be so hard for people to understand. Once I finally board the plane I think I'm going to get some shuteye but too many unhappy children on the flight to allow that. Fortunately I am met by an array of colors as the sun ascends above the clouds.
I get to the hostel and make my way to bed. It's ...
... After meeting up with fellow wine loved Gaby from Philadelphia, we sensibly decided to line our stomachs with some brunch time action at a local cafe. This was strategic as we were about to embark on a serious wine tasting mission. On entering the Gas Works, Daniella, the cellar host explained how the tasting worked and after a small outlay we worked our way through various Sav Blancs, Pinot Gris, Riesling and ...