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... with high pressure sales tactics and very little info. Rather disappointed I grab a map and start my walk about. I explore the docklands and learn about the reclaimed land, find the remnants of the old sugar factory, explore the oldest neighborhood in Hobart and take a jaunt by Salamanca markets. Satisfied I have given Hobart the once over I arrange to head up to Mount Wellington the next day for a hike.
My hostel offers free transport ...
... Museum that we saw the first sign of life, other than pademelons.
The adjacent rooms though were decked out with freakish mannequin's and many educational pamphlets. Apparently the museum is a highlight for school trips that stay in the town for 2,3 or even more days. I honestly don't know how they found anything to fill those days as the museum would only take an hour and other than that the town really didn't consist of much.
Hi blog readers from rainy Hobart, where I'm sitting at a desk on the 9th floor of the Travelodge with a grand view across the city, river and rolling hills into the mist beyond.. Nice scene, only slightly ruined by the brain numbing afternoon tv in the background.
We are down here having a break for a few days and making a long weekend of it. Fly down Thursday night, pick up a car, 2 nights in Hobart, then 2 nights in Launceston and fly back Monday. There was a ...
... who like to invest in modern art with the pretext that it must be shocking. Everything about this place make you question the thoughts behind it, from the architecture of the building to the massive screens of rotating zeros and ones, signifying something to do with the digital age, but what I don't know. The museum is not everyone's cup of tea but it's a must visit, even if you just enjoy the amazing view if the surrounding lake on which the Mona is next ...
... were definitely had.
Tasmania being a mountainous island is known for great hiking and that is one of the main reasons we're here. We managed to head down to Cape Raoul yesterday for a day of tramping through bush and walking past some impressive cliffs. It was a good day. (Didn't even have to use my AK)
Not sure how much longer we will last here as it is an expensive place, but for now life is good.