Blue Hills Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Hills Motel Hobart
The benefits are the motel is near to city, cheap, and the service is okay.
But the drawbacks are the motel is hard to find and the wifi is not working well
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... first stop was to be Port Arthur, famous for being the home to 12,500 of the British Empires worst offenders years ago, it was famed for being almost inescapable. Those who did get out were hunted down by guard dogs along "Eagle Neck point" a thin area of land connecting the prison to the main land. We heard this was a culturally important area that was free to walk around, however because of our late flight and the picking up of campervan, lunch and food shopping, we didn't have ...
... in an orange coloured lichen. A sparkling turquoise ocean completes the scene. I can't close my narrative on Tasmania without mentioning three old men on a jetty... Dunalley's were I decided to chill-out and camp for ten days behind the hotel-on-the-hill that offered free camping on a large block of land. During my stay I got to know a few of the locals. One of my favourite spots to pass the time was on a jetty alongside the Dunalley Fish Market. I'd plonk my folding camp-chair ...
... Looked ruddy scary to us.
We were certainly lucky we managed to get out to the last very narrow point when there was only one walker left. He eventually departed and we had the place to ourselves. How perfect was that?
Dark clouds were threatening so we hightailed it back, up and down and up and down and finally that big hill and back down to the campsite.
Great walk. Great campsite. Very happy campers are we.
... running riot and there crazy crazy friend it all went a bit down hill. The other couple which were there had been there since December…god knows how and at Christmas it had all kicked off with the crazy women's mum trying to hit Jess. Anyway, when we got back to our house we were sharing with Jess and Sam, they filled us in on everything which had happened and just explained how crazy they were and that everything they told us regarding work was a ...
... packing strap inside the window and open the one latch, then climb in and force the locks of the door open. I am sure everyone who saw us thought we were breaking in to someone's caravan. We stopped at Oatlands on the way to Hobart and had a look at the Callington Flour Mill. They stone grind wheat, spelt, oats and buckwheat using an 1800's wind driven mill that was restored in 2010. We stocked up on some flour and had ...