Monday, October 26, 2009

Campervan Hire in Hobart

Campervan Hire HobartHere are a great couple of links -- the first is a blog entry from a couple travelling through Tasmania in a campervan. The second one is a YouTube clip from a keen filmmaker in Tasmania, who takes in Port Arthur, a former convict settlement located on the Tasman peninsula to the southeast of Hobart. Nowadays the buildings, some of which were built by convicts, are a big tourist attraction.

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From Living Vicariously Thru Lisa:
Saturday: This day was a whirlwind, as we had a lot to see before catching our flight home. We awoke early and headed to Mt. Field National Park, outside of Hobart. We were a well oiled machine at this point. We parked and walked to Russell Falls and Horseshoe Falls. You could tell we were a bit closer to civilization, as every stop got a little more crowded. We spent a satisfying amount of time viewing the falls and head back to the van. I wanted to see Salamanca Market, which is a street market in Hobart that is only open until 3pm on Saturdays. Jim got us there with about an hour until close. We browsed and ate sausages.
Video: Great videos from a 10-day Tasmania campervan trip.

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