Theatre Royal Hotel
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... The cogs of this machine included discipline and punishment, religious and moral instruction, classification and separation, training and education. Many men were broken, but some left Port Arthur rehabilitated and skilled, some as blacksmiths, shoemakers and ship builders. The free community led lives in stark contrast to the convicts with parties, regattas, literary evenings and making beautiful gardens.
We found it really interesting and heard about ...
I opened the curtains to find a very overcast Hobart with some clouds holding promises if rain. After some brekkie I walked down to the waterfront and joined a very long queue for the Mr-I MONA ROMA cat ferry to MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art. For the duration if the 30 min journey up the River Derwent I clung onto the rails whilst getting battered by the wind on the deck. We went past the catamaran ship yard and the zinc factory ...
... Australia, isolated from the mainland and full of people who accent their Aussie speak with a funky twang. We are currently staying in a hundred year old house in the North neighborhood of Hobart. It's a port town surrounded by awesome mountain and ocean scenery that is home to many a pub.
In our few days here we've managed to get to the top of Mount Wellington, experience the local pub scene and visit the Museum of ...
... Gull. I got a couple of photos of him and on our return trip, he was sitting further up the beach. He was so un-fazed by our presence that I'm inclined to think that he's not well. We saw lots of sea gulls and a couple of plovers. We saw several piles of seaweed that were left behind on last night's high tide. One type had huge leaves and I'd hate to get caught up in the water with that. We noticed a large amount of this hanging in the water near the rocks at the southern end of ...
... was a failure on all fronts! The roll was like a multigrain bread roll with sultanas in it and no butter or cheese or filling to eat with it, so it was horribly dry. We also found 2 seeds in our packets of pitted prunes!
We started watching The King's speech during the flight. We arrived in Sydney at about 11.30.
When we arrived in Sydney we had to collect our bags as I didn't realise the flight ...
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