First days in Tasmania

Pamela in Mobile Home

Pamela in Mobile Home

Here I am looking suitably shattered after a 3am start the previous day.

Looking at scarves in Salamanca Market

Looking at scarves in Salamanca Market

We were very keen to visit the Salamanca Markets in Hobart, (world renowned for their variety, fresh produce and cottage industries) and we were not disappointed.  Also great busking as shown below.

Mangus Duo

Mangus Duo

Adrian was so impressed that he bought a CD from them.

Floral Clock Hobart Botanical Gardens

Floral Clock Hobart Botanical Gardens

This one reminded me of England, the floral clock, I can remember seeing these as a child when going for “Sunday afternoon walks” with the family, to various parks and gardens in Kent.  Does anyone remember the Teddy Bears Picnic in Dover somewhere, I can’t remember exactly where, but it was always a favourite with my family?

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Fernery

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Fernery

Always my favourite, the fern garden, cool, green and with the sound of running water, beautifully done.

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