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Category Archives: Travel
Tasmania has some of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever seen.
I’m blogging about a trip that took place before the pandemic for three reasons. 1. To re-live the beautiful experience, and 2. perhaps someone out there may find the information useful if they are lost on which state in Australia … Continue reading
My sister chose the place in Hobart, and food was delicious. Saw this poster while walking around before dinner as we were early.
The MONA experience was so unique that it has never left my mind. Definitely a mind altering experience at the Museum of Old and New Art that I would highly recommend if you visit Tasmania.
What we saw on the vast grounds of the museum. After walking through the museum we had lunch at the cafe and then explored the grounds outside.
Today was museum day. But first breakfast at a highly rated cafe, Jackman & McRoss. Famous for freshly baked goods. We visited back in 2019 but I’m glad it’s still going strong in 2022 after covid and still getting rave … Continue reading
Pancakes with fairy floss.
More walking around Hobart. And I do love seagulls. We never get these in Singapore. And the grass here is so lovely. In Singapore this would be called carpet grass and they have to be weeded carefully and it’s expensive.
We couldn’t come to Australia and not have fish & chips. My sister did the research and found this famous place called Fish Frenzy just by the pier. Hope these trip posts help in your travel planning. I love looking … Continue reading
A glimpse of what grows nearer the Antarctic or South Pole. Subantarctic plants.
We stopped for a light lunch at the lovely cafe within the gardens. The cheese platter was so lovely.
Being driven to the next destination, The Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens. Wish I had journaled as I travelled. I must the next time or at least blog as soon as I can. Memory is so lacking, after a lapse of … Continue reading
Walking to the farmers’ market and we spot a cruise ship. Truly spoilt for choice at the Salamanca Farmers’ Market. It takes place in Saturday’s from 8.30 am to 3 pm. The market extends the full length of Hobart’s historic … Continue reading
It looks quite bright, so we must have been experiencing the long days of summer.
My sister was recommended this restaurant by her boss, especially the pasta I think. I think I recall that the hosts were lovely and welcoming. From the pictures you can see how good it was, but we were too uncomfortably … Continue reading
Recall it was pretty tiring to walk as it was quite a steep gradient. But glad I could take pictures.
A female penal colony in South Hobart, that operated between 1828 and 1856. It was used for colonisation as well as punishment. The women were seen as immoral and corrupt. The Factory was located, in damp swamp land, and with … Continue reading
I was struck by the beauty of the architecture with the backdrop of the mountains. I probably took photos from our hop on hop off tourist bus. Perfect picturesque scenery.
Breakfast was at a small, laid back, hipster cafe called the tricycle cafe and bar. Sourdough bread is always heavenly in Australia. It was located at the Salamanca Arts Centre which is very near the Salamanca Market. We walked there … Continue reading
The trouble with blogging so long after the fact is that memory is not infallible. But I have been desiring to record this last trip taken before covid struck. So here goes. And I’ll mostly let the pictures do the … Continue reading
As a child I didn’t have truly good memories of the beaches in Singapore. My sister and I often developed huge painful welts on our upper arms and always thought it was because we were allergic to sea water. We … Continue reading