Somerset on the Pier, Hobart
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The apartments were great. Split level with bedroom upstairs. A problem if you need a bathroom at night. A little tired in design, but a fantastic position and lovely staff
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... were set.
Coffee beans were the first and most important item. After a bit of confusion on which direction we found the roaster and made our purchase.
Not so easy were the coffee glasses. Despite having Googled and researched the name of a kitchenware shop we were unsuccessful. Oh well we did discover a lot of Hobart as we tried to find, unsuccessfully the correct kitchenware shop. For a couple of non shoppers this ...
... was a small sitting area with a wood burning fireplace already going when we arrived. The little kitchenette had a fresh baked loaf of bread and all the things we would need for a nice breakfast. And the bathroom was amazing. In the centre of it there was a huge claw foot bathtub which I was very excited to have a bubble bath in. We walked down the main street (or what there was of it) and looked in a few shops. We went to the ...
... and left as a wilderness in the heart of the city.
We had breakfast on our balcony this morning as we were getting ready for our trip and watched the local rowing club work their way speedily across the bay in front of us, there were a number of four man boats and some twos. We think they had a coach as there was a small motor boat whizzing around with someone using a megaphone to shout instructions.
Our excursion involved a one and a half ...
... from being in the water too long was priceless! When she saw our wrinkly fingers too she was wide eyed and amazed, touching all our fingers then touching hers, to make sure we had all succumbed to the same wrinkly condition!
I will certainly miss being over this side of the lake. I am now back where I started work on the eastern shore of Lake Mweru. On Sunday I will go to Dikulushi village and give out the knitted jumpers mum made! I have seen a few babies ...