Somerset on Salamanca, Hobart
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... that I would let him know in the morning! Most apologetic, he poured me another glass, which I declined, so they made a reduction in our bill as a sign of good will. Moral of the story is, never go anywhere without your few shards of glass!
Today, bright and sunny after rain over night, but still cold. The forecast was for a high of 16C. When we were on one of our Jetstar flights, I read an article in ...
... landed, on every Saturday until 3pm, which I was rather gutted about, however headed to the area for a few drinks. Ended up in a lively bar called Jack Greene's which was, no lie, the first PUB PUB PUB I have been to in Australia ever. Like, a real English Pub. Spent the evening in there (yes, I arrived on my own but this backpacking stuff on my own is easy now), meeting several groups of people who were in and out through the evening, a lovely English couple who ...
... the only disadvantage of being 15 minutes out of Hobart (on the freeway) is the few places to eat dinner. The holiday park has an excellent restaurant (it’s very popular) but tonight we hoped for a pub meal, except the local didn’t have any meals tonight. We ended up having subway as we really couldn’t be bothered driving around anymore. Tomorrow we’ll have to be a bit more prepared or eat here.
Tomorrow we’re off to Bruny ...
... men because of abuse. By 1877 the Brits changed their procedures and these practices stopped. Recently descendants have become proud of the fact their ancestors were convicts and bettered themselves.
Returning to Hobart we stopped by Do Town to view some rock formations and have an ice cream break. We arrived back in Hobart in time for dinner. Tomorrow we travel to Sydney.
... tantalizes all the senses. In the Salamanca markets there is a very, very nice café called "The Tricycle Bar Café'. There food was great, it was cheap and the service was fast even though it was packed.
Mt Wellington: Mt Wellington is a tall mountain overlooking Hobart. We drove to the top today and had breathtaking views because we had good weather and no clouds.