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... provided we settled in.
Lotte joined the land of the living again by six and we hung out whilst a band sang sea shanties and a theatre company dressed as pirates put on a performance (there was a distinct pirate theme as Sinbad the Sailor was being promoted in the local theatre). Then we watched Peter Pan (Lotte is still a bit too young to follow a Disney film but was engaged with parts of it nonetheless and said 'doggie' and 'crocodile ...
... isn't one I'd recommend, as the SIM card kept slipping out of contact with the points in the phone and I had to reset it at least once a day. However, for £4.99 and 2 weeks, it was good enough.
10. Things you don't need (2): You won't have time to decorate your travel journal with pretty little scraps of paper and other scrapbooking stuff. You won't even open the box. Leave it at home.
11. Travel money (1): I used the 28 Degrees Mastercard, ...
... an actual garage. There were even parts in the floor, encased in resin. It was an awesome place. Stephen had a drink and Georgia got to play the pinball machine.
There was a hotrod in street trying to find somewhere to park, so we left (we were right out the front) so he could park there and headed back to the cabin.
While I did some washing, Georgia went and made herself 3 more new friends.
Tonight’s dinner was an interesting ...
Day 12. Another sunny day as we caught the local bus into the city for the famous Saturday Salamanca Markets down by the waterfront.Over 300 stalls of local produce, gifts, clothes, accessories nic-nacs & the like plus the shops and eateries housed in the adjacent buildings and squares up the alleyways. a very tiring but interesting morning.
We even popped into ...
... found a flat rock in the shade of a large tree to enjoy our treat.
Feeling satisfied after our snack and finding it too hot to walk around in the sun, we decided to drive up to the top of Mt Wellington. To reach the summit we weaved our way along a narrow winding road sandwiched between tall trees and steep drops to the valley below. We were rewarded with amazing views over Hobart and the surrounding countryside. Being 1600 metres above sea level, it was amazing how ...