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Whangarei, New Zealand! First stop on a wonderful trip.

New Zealand. The land of the Long White Cloud. Mountains, snow, waterfalls, bushwalks, wine, food and beauty.  So much to see and do yet so little time!  And in that little time we had we saw so much yet so … Continue reading

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Hobart Rivulet Walk: A walk, a rivulet and plenty of fresh air

It’s a cool morning, the air is crisp, the ground frosty and the sun shining.  And of course a walk in Hobart is on the cards.  So Wayne and I head off to Cascade Gardens for what I consider a … Continue reading

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A coal mine, a convict, a colony. Welcome to the Tasman Peninsula and the Coal Mines Historic Site

One of the many attractions people have on their list of things to do when visiting Hobart is The Port Arthur Historic Site.  It is definitely a must see attraction but there are some other very interesting areas of the … Continue reading

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Being a tourist in our home town – Mount Field National Park

Do you ever look out your window, sun shining, sky clear and blue, intermittent white fluffy clouds hanging atop the surrounding hills and think there is no better place on earth to be then right where you are in that … Continue reading

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