Waterloo Inn Hotel
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... Mars to be. I spent a bit of time taking photos and walking around. Then I went back into town and met up with my physio friend. We went to Sexpo…. That is all I am going to say about that (it was fun).
Saturday morning I got up and explored Hobart. There is a big market called the Salamanca market that occurs each week. I spent a few hours looking at all of the stalls. It was a mix of food and crafts. I invested in a few things from there. The ...
... Another hour and a half return trip because this Wineglass Bay walk is considered the most demanding walking trail in the whole of Tasmania. It was hard yakka but, once again, so worthwhile. Spent a wee while playing about in the sea and on the gorgeous red rocks - then we started the climb back up to the look-out. That was a tough slog in a couple of places but we finally retraced our steps to the look-out and, from there, we came back down to the car ...
... amp; hot chocolate.
After picking up the van we drove north and stayed overnight at a little rest stop overlooking Mayfield Bay. There were some gorgeous water views on the way as well as farming land. At the rest stop there were lots of big rocks for Chris and Ben to climb and plenty of little ones to throw. There were some friendly people in the caravan next to us - just 2 vehicles in this picturesque place. We played 7 club and read books ...
... the next day and moved South. Rob wanted to check out the most southern
part of Tasmanian, and you travel along the Huon Trail to get there. Cockle Creek is the furthest you can travel
by road. We set up camp at a little
place called Franklin (on the Huon River) and did day trips. Not quite a freebie, but good value for money
at $10.00 per night or $30.00 for four nights, with access to a dump point,
water and toilets. And a ...
... where they all have these funny Doo names for their homes (you know - Doo Little, Doo Nix, Dunny Doo, Dooin fa etc etc) and it is also home to the Doolicious Van which sells wonderful seafood and berry icecreams. Our icecreams smothered in mixed berries made us very happy again.
We've also been over to Maria Island just off the east coast here and hired bicycles to ride around for the day. It was a great idea for the first ...