Monthly Archives: September 2008

hanging in hobart: t-days #11 and #12 (13-14/9)

If you’re waiting for photos of Josh and Kristy’s awesome Bowral wedding, stay tuned, they’re coming soon! Cerin and Dave’s e-session photos are on their way too. Meanwhile, here are a few more photos from our time in Hobart and en route to Swansea. Enjoy! We spent a few hours wandering around Salamanca Markets, but […]

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t-day #10: an inconvenient past (12/9)

It’s no surprise that past governments have tried to put the kabosh on preserving Port Arthur as a historic site. The horror of what was once done in the name of rehabilitation is hard to imagine, and is nothing short of an embarrassment to humanity. Or, more specifically, to Australia’s founding fathers. That said, it’s […]

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to hobart via strahan: t-days #8 and #9 (10-11/9)

Like all good things, our time in Tasmania came to an end, and normality is slowly becoming normal again. We still have a few more photos to share and stories to tell, though We didn’t take many photos on the way to Hobart, but I’ll share a few here anyway. Stand by for more There […]

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t-day #7: meeting marion (9/9)

After our first night at the Cradle Mountain Chateau, we were pretty keen to do a 6-8 hour walk in the National Park. Sadly, there was too much snow for that. So, we walked to Marion’s Lookout instead. We were planning to do a second walk around Dove Lake, but we thought better of it […]

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t-day #6: therapy (8/9)

There isn’t much to do in Stanley. You can climb The Nut or climb The Nut basically. But the vibe is lovely and the food is great, so Stanley is high on our “go there for a few days to unwind” list. Sadly, we only had one night there this time. Then we were off […]

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