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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.
... old historic buildings, we were swivel-headed the whole time we were there...Arthur's Circus, just above our apartments, was delightful circle of lovely little English cottages, and the restored buildings on the Battery now house restaurants and boutique shops. One such was the Wursthaus Kitchen shop, that sold all manner of yummy deli selections for us to pick up for a ...
... it was a morning of food tasting, after the Salamanca market, it was browsing of the shops. The salmon shop impressed me with delicious and very cheap salmon. The afternoon is for the MONA. It was actually very convenient to drive there with google map. And the walk from the carpark to the MONA was not far and it was free. Much better than paying for the ferry which would cost AUD 25 ...
... br> The weather in Brisbane was very hot and extremely humid. Yesterday the heat broke and it poured down rain all day. Hot and rainy is not what we're used to. I understand that today it was raining even harder than yesterday.
One of Duncan's mates gave him a couple of tickets to a football game. If you've never seen Rugby League Football you're missing out. Its sort of a cross between Rugby ...