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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... trying to set up camp was a little difficult. We choose a flat spot in the shade about 60 metres from the rivers edge but unfortunately the ground was as ***********crete and we couldn’t get any pegs in. The boys and I had everything set – mats down, kitchen open, water and gas connected but we had to pack it all up and move the camper several times before we could peg down the tent.
Finally all organised Ryan and Daniel headed over to ...
... Café. In search of exercise we drove further south to the tiny hamlet of Snug and I ventured forth on the Snug Falls track whilst Rod enjoyed an afternoon siesta. Late afternoon we arrived at our camping spot for the night, the welcoming home of our dear friends Carole and Martin on their acreage at Margate. Comprising an orchard, native bush, veggie patch and flowers blooming everywhere, their garden is a testament to their hard work and ...
... be it light dappling through the forest canopy; wildlife wondering by; or yet another cute-as-all-get-out caravan (turns out Bruny Island is where the coolest caravans come to congregate!)
Bruny Island is also renowned for its seafood – although I abstained myself, Mum and Dad picked up some freshly shucked oysters from Get Shucked to enjoy with Pat and John. My preference was for Bruny Island Cheese. I was keen to wrap ...
... Holden Rodeo. It almost died during that trip, but it was not to be.
We still have the Rodeo, albeit scratched and dinged up the side. It was my fault. Turns out I can drive a truck on the highway, I'm just not so skilled at parking in Eastlands Shopping Centre. Probably my first clue that I am not unlike a square peg trying to fit into a round hole when it comes to settled down somewhat suburban ...