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After a week in Tasmania, we're back where we started. We spend our last day in Hobart at the Museum of Old and New Art. There are no words to describe the place and the art...just go.
It's no secret that Kyle and I want to travel as much as possible while we're in Australia. We've got a long list but finally settle on Tasmania as our first real trip.
... was housed in a neat old stone building, and the old Mr. Pooley was out in the garden building a rock fence while we tried out wines in their cellar door. Derwent Estate Wines was a family-run vineyard & winery, with grapes being grown on the same property that the lady in the tasting room was born and raised on. And their wines, like Pooleys, were very, very good! ...
... Place, having dinner. Just as we were really getting worried that we will not have steak dinner at a good restaurant without any reservation, Thomas spotted a large group leaving the Drunken Admiral. Since we were just standing outside, we gave it a try. Wow! We were lucky. Instead of getting turned away, we were invited to wait for our table at the bar. Yippee. We get to wait and gave a drink while at it! Dinner was nice enough to. My steak was ...
... from the occasional farmstead or beach house and the chilled air feels super-clean. The city is spread thinly across the rolling forested mountains that rise up on both sides of the Derwent River that bisects the city - It is also bloody freezing, which is made a whole lot worse by the fact that none of us has any coats. - The only thing that we have which could be called a coat, is a glorified plastic bag with arms which we all bought in Vietnam to keep out the worst of ...