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... between anyone who wanted. I did a very good one in my round but June beat me, pure luck! But we got the beer we poured so that was great! Unluckily for us the brewery wasn't operating so we couldn't see it all in action but they showed us around and afterwards gave us beer tasting tokens, of which we managed to wangle a few extra so another win! We tried all the types of beers but also a couple of ciders, one called the ...
... may be more stalls with a
mixture of old items. We picked up a couple of good things for our collection
from 2 out of about 4 stalls that had old stuff. We had a sausage in a roll and
I reckon the sausage was about 9 inches long and about 1 ½ inches thick… It
sure filled us up as we had not had breakfast. It worked out really well as
Constitution dock was right by the market.
We walked around all the boats and when our legs were
knackered we ...
... road that allowed campervans to stay for a small deposit to their local fire service. A very fair trade. I went in and spoke to the owner. Told him we would set up the camp, have a bite to eat and pop in for a couple of pints. We then set about setting up the campervan, which proved incredibly easy, it was actually a 2 minute job to get the tent set up and ready for sleeping. And there is easily enough room for 3 European girls to sleep on the roof. It's great. So after a great ...
... last night in Hobart. No matter what day of the week it is, every bar here seems to have a trivia night. Ours was free at the hostel we were staying at and had $10 dinner meals so really couldn't go wrong with booking a reservation. Trivia night turned aggressive real fast. Our first mistake may have been making our team name "Rob Ford". However, we'll chalk our embarrassing loss up to the Australia flare of the questions. Not the 2-for-1 drink coupons we got from our concierge, ...
... we visited the day before and really enjoy them in the sunshine that we were blessed with.
Took the 'proper' cameras down to the lookout to Pirate Bay. Revisited the Tessalated Pavement. Took photos from the beach at Pirates Bay. Took loads of photos of the sooty oyster catchers and plovers.
Then we went back to the Officer's Quarters and the Dog Line. This time we drove past and saw a sign in the bushes that stated "no ...