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... we are all pretty keen on). There are more jewllery shops, takeaways, bars and a lot more package tourists who barely seem to venture beyond the perimeter of their luxury gulags, and seem quite content to pay up and wait for 'island nite' and the party bus to come around. What strikes you most about the island is how quiet everything seems compared to last time, there is a palpable lack of the traveller buzz (admittedly a sleepy island buzz) that seemed to be here ...
... when suddenly - spotted - the massive face of a creepy looking snake less than 1 meter away. To say I had a panic attack may have been an understatement. After a sprint away from where I saw the slithering massive guy, my adrenaline began coming down.. And I returned to a brisk walk. We were nearing Wineglass Bay, so I felt I was heading into the clear. Sam isn't convinced I saw the first snake, but no word of a lie, as we turned to walk onto the beach, I spotted the ...
Wednesday 4 February Penguin - Hobart
Sunny and warm 21 but Hobart cool just 17
This morning we packed and set off for Hobart making a few stops along the way. We began at the Cherry Farm for coffee with cherry and apple pie, then stopped at the Ashgrove Cheese Factory where they were making Fetta Cheese. We tasted a few cheeses but didn't buy any, Next stop was the Raspberry place and the chocolate coated raspberries were delicious.
... quiet one. We heard in the morning that the tavern had been a great night...old rock and roll songs and a good sing along. New Year's Day, we headed up to the Tahune Airwalk. It was interesting through the forest and next to the Huon River. The Airwalk has a cantilever at the end. It was a long way down and a bit windy but good to see and a great view. The Airwalk was opened in 2001 and is the ...
... Field as we were in the plantations below, and also missed getting shots as we were coming into Hobart. Oh well.
Speaking of dying technology, our uClear bluetooth communication devices died at around 4pm too. It seems they don't quite last two days. Lucky we aren't camping again tonight and can charge everything back up.
We rolled up to the Best Western in Hobart at 6pm to collect our luggage, with no spare time to find our ...
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