Somerset on Salamanca, Hobart
Travel Blogs from Hobart
... to make our daily routine run smoothly and prepare the girls to look immaculate.
I am so proud of our girls and they have grown musically so much during the week. It is wonderful to see the bonds of friendship and love that has developed between amongst the girls, which makes for a united, stable and caring spirit within the choir.
Thank you, thank you.
... br> It is really fun in Tasmania!!!
I bought a surprise for you to come back to New Zealand, and I know your like it! Today we are going to the chocolate factory and the zoooo!
I really miss all of you
... area of the city - Salamanca Square, which is full of nice restaurants, bars and pubs. There is also a fountain, too tempting not to stick little hands in a thousand times, then run over to mummy or daddy to dry them on their jeans. We decide on The Squire's Bounty for dinner. Everywhere looks nice, but this has two more things going for it - it's open and has a highchair. We have a really tasty dinner and a great ...
... which, at 2,600 metres promised a sensational view over Hobart. Halfway up, we encountered fog and rain so we would not have been able to see anything anyway so turned around and went back to the lodge and tried to find a pub, preferably an Irish pub for dinner and entertainment on St Patrick ’s Day. Nothing nearby. So for the afternoon, we were 0 for 4. Bought a nice seafood take away and had dinner in the room
... white man) has decimated the kiwi bird.
Next stops were Picton and Wellington (the capital). These are 2 ports on the South and North Island, respectively. The 2 islands are separated by about 30 miles, but are served by a ferry that runs between these two ports. The trip is about 3 hours, but the ferries only run a couple of times a day. Not sure what the cost is, or if my gold card would get me on for free.
We stoppped ...