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... friends oncoming over from the UK. We decided to make some more sushi and take it over for everyone to enjoy, a decent group again of around 15 and my second BBQ, a very enjoyable evening. Everyone pulled out early as we all had another early start ahead of us. Wow what a day yesterday was. I have finally caught up with my days and writing. A 6am start to the day, I was heading up the east coast with 7 of the girls and Polly and Bec came too with their friends, Joey and the boys ...
It was nice to have a bit of a lie in this morning, the skies were clear and blue at 9 o'clock when we woke, but by the time we were up dressed and ready to go and find some breakfast the rain and grey skies were back. We found a bakery in Salamanca Square and I ordered a ham, cheese and tomato toastie and latte whilst Matt had eggs and bacon with an orange juice which was all very nice. We strolled back to our hotel after eating and picked up the car to head out for ...
... birthday and I got lovely presents from everyone.
Millie and Maurice headed home to the Sunshine Coast and I think we are still good friends after our travelling adventures! We will each have to sort out our photos so we can do some swapping soon.
I've really enjoyed doing this blog and it will be a good reminder of our holiday. Hope it is not too long before another holiday and another blog!
... took lots of pictures of the garden. Yesterday we went up Mt Wellington and payed in the snow! We had a snowball fight and built snowmen :). Last night was a blast because we had dinner at the Astor Grill underneath our Hotel, we had chicken with peas and potatoes, for dessert we had lemon and raspberry sorbet, on top of that we had raspberries.
Miss you guys!!! :D
Can't wait to get back and see you all!
Patricia Chan 3:D
... are beautiful here, and we stopped for a bit at a small community called Bushy Park. It is a town that was established in the early 1800s by a family with 5 daughters. They built houses for workers that people still live in and went through Tobacco, Apples and Hops as crops. There are old mills for drying and grinding the hops, and it is in this area that they still grow the hops for Cascade Brewery in Hobart. We bought honey by ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lodge on Elizabeth Hobart
Beautifully restored. Welcoming hosts. Comfortable room. Tops.
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