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... through the ages. We noted the rain had slackened to a fine drizzle and decided that we should venture out from Hobart for a drive down the coast. Visibility was not brilliant but we did get an appreciation of a green, tree lined countryside. Along the coast we stopped a few times to watch the waves being driven dramatically up onto the shore by the wind. Very good, but let's hope it stops raining so we can get a proper ...
Everyone was a bit tired by now, and Lotte was overdue for a nap, so we made our way back to Salamanca Place and the kids entertainment area. There would be some performances there from 6 o'clock and a showing of Peter Pan on the outdoor cinema at 8 after which we could go see the family fireworks over the harbour, so it seemed a good place to spend the evening. Lotte was asleep by the time we got there, and after getting comfortable on ...
... for the UK (it's called pay and go there). I used an O2 International SIM card where phone calls back to Australia cost 3p per minute. Local calls were 25p per minute. The credit I had left covered a 2-minute phone call to Juniordwarf from Dubai at £2 per minute. At the end of the trip I still have about £4 in credit left over from a £20 initial load of the SIM. The vast majority of the call costs were for local calls rather than calls home.
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... The kids were complaining they were starving to death, so we found one of the only 13 Golden Arches establishments on the island.
Stephen’s cousin had told us about a place called Joe’s garage in Hobart. After driving around for a little while we finally found it. It’s a small bar up a side street. The “garage” is full of car parts, bike parts, motor bikes, a couple of real cars, engines and lots of memorabilia. It used ...
... into the nearby St David's Park for a break from the crowds. We sat relaxing on a bench in the shade of a tree enjoying the peace and quiet and cool breeze until the local Scottish band arrived and began to tune their bagpipes and drums! To escape them we headed back into the market and made our way directly to the German sausage stand we had seen earlier. With Weisswurst in a roll topped with grilled onions and German mustard in our hand, we made our way through the crowd ...