Woodbridge on the Derwent
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Ok, so this is getting real now. We have all the documents from the travel agent. Everything is booked. All we have to do is pack our bags and get on the plane. Hahaha! It sounds easy. It's hard to believe that this time next week we'll be in the air en route to Dubai. So I have less than a week to decide what bag I'm going to take. Sometimes I think my life is one long search for the perfect bag. I've never found one with everything I want. Some ...
... my packing list and deciding which handbag to take with me.
I’ve learnt a lot about bags this week, and what I do and don’t want to use on days I’ll be on my feet all day.
I’m going to try and take as little stuff with me as I can, while at the same time making sure I won’t be hand washing clothes every night in the hotel.
You can look forward to posts on both of those things before I ...
... next destination Derwent Bridge. The scenery on the way out was completely different to the road in. It was barren and rocky, there were hardly any trees. You could tell this was a mining town. The road as usual was long and winding. Luckily Georgia and Madison slept for most of this part of the journey, so there was no need to reach for the Chuckies.
When we got close to Derwent Bridge, the girls were still asleep and a check of the ...
... to a lookout over Remarkable cave and ocean and walked to bottom of cave. Tomorrow we head into Hobart via the old heritage town of Richmond. Wed 26th feb We left our bay unit today and headed back thru Sorrell to Richmond, another historic town. The stone bridge is the oldest in Australia built by convicts in 1831 plus lots of other historic buildings. The model village of Old Hobart Town as it was in early 1820's also very interesting. Then ...
... through the Commandants House. We left the port Arthur site and headed around the Tasman Peninsula to the Coal Mine convict site. The Coal Mines Historic Site was Tasmania’s first operational mine, established as a much-needed local source of coal, but also as a place of punishment for the ‘worst class' of prisoner. Got to Hobart around 3 pm as port Arthur is only 90 kms from Hobart. After checking in we took the long drive to the top of mt ...