Corinda's Cottages and 2 on 2
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... other trees. A reminder of the devastation, like a tree graveyard across the landscape as you travel up the mountain.
We arrived to the top of Mt Wellington, overlooking the city of Hobart at height of 1,271 metres, just in time before we were engulfed in a cloud. Freezing cold, snow deeper than the mini van in places, we towered over the city for mind blowing views of Hobart. Wrapped up for dear life and walking at a 45 degree angle against the wind we had ...
Not a lot happening today, except me getting a Mother's Day card via John's suitcase which was a delight.
We've had an exceedingly lazy day... Went to a lecture about marsupials and I fell asleep!! After a late breakfast we didn't bother with lunch but enjoyed afternoon tea instead. ...
... have someone who knows the ropes! Have slept until 5.30 (woke up before alarm) and am now dressed, packed and sitting in my room watching rage waiting until breakfast. Forecast for today is clearing showers in the morning and 10 - 17 degrees with a southerly tail wind. Can't wait to actually start riding. Off to Swansea today - roughly 135kms apparently. Will hopefully have something interesting to ...
... friend Tija, but something transpired and I had to go way up North and out of Tasmania….I felt horrible that I missed out on a proper visit with her, but next time I travel there, for sure I am going to go and see her. Tija is one super amazing person and a great friend…
The people themselves of Hobart were for the most part quite polite and nice – I had no issues with anybody – that is until I heard about the "BOGANS".
... side of the bridge and I began to wonder what was taking him so long and went to investigate. He had found some more Blackberry Brambles and before long we were both down there finding many juicy blackberries and savouring the snack.
Having had our fill of blackberries, we were back on the road enjoying the scenery as we crossed the numerous rivers, creeks and rivulets. We were soon at Triabunna, the Heart of Fishing and Forestry. We parked at the Harbour ...