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Treking through Tasmania

The beer is better, but is it really worth it...

rain 10 °C

Greetings blog checkers. Thanks to those who have checked the blog recently, although we do apologise for not updating recently. But with some recent travel adventures under the belt, I'm sure there will be some new entries to help us all escape the daily grind.

So, I did a road trip to Hobart the other day. And, what a trip it was. I picked up a German hitchicker on the way and we rocked out to the Beatles down to Hobart.

Along the way I stoped in a few places


Unfortunately I couldn't join this club.


I have it on good authority that the highlights include the fashion parade, and the "mumma's ravioli" cook off. Although all were disapointed when real ravioli was produced.

So they were the highlights of the trip. As some of you may know, I've been working in Tassie too. I've been doing the crapest hours ever, and so far this week I've clocked in about 32 hours, and it's only Wednesday arvo.

For those who care, the site looks like this at night:


Also, we got flooded a few times. With the floods came some animals, my favorite was this tiger snake. We threw rocks at it and it went away.


yeah, shit photo...

Anyway, that's all for me at the moment. Hope to see you all soon, probably over the long weekend.



PS remember to get pumped at the following sites


Posted by MOB 20:19 Archived in Australia

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That is awesome.
Kerr, that could have been the worst world travel adventure of all time, but you've made it the most exciting part of my day. Did you have any language or culture-difference difficulties over there?

Morto's coming home tonight, I should get him to update the site on his recent travels to the nation's capital.

Look forward to you coming home and eating Bimbo's soon mate.

by andythompy

I am extremely proud my native land has made it onto this blog. I'm also glad someone can confirm the existence of Bagdad, as I have tried to tell people it was real before and they didn't believe me.

Everyone is welcome to the north west any time, we have the Nut and a giant cray and all sorts of things worth photographing.

by Blairy

Oh, what I wouldn't give to attend the Ravioli cook off at the Kempton Festival. All the Spagetti Bolognaise with Bread Crumbs that you can eat!

I'd also like to share T-homo's sentiments. I've been waiting for a blog for so long that at this very moment, I don't think I've read a better blog and I don't think there is any place on the planet I would rather go than country Tasmania.

Damn it Morto, we want ladyboys!


by MOB

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