Christmas in Hobart – Day Three

Yipee !  Fresh clothes have arrived !

I have not shared that we were wearing the same top and jeans that we flew on, day in and day out for the last two days.  We arrived in Hobart without our luggages but the lady staff at Qantas reassured us saying ‘This happens often.  We will definitely get them back to you by fast courier.‘  ??????

My phone and camera charger were in my luggage and if not for the motel staff who helped charged my phone, there won’t be any more photos to show after day one in Hobart.

It was Saturday, market day at Salamanca Place.  I love markets.  This is a huge big market with over 300 stalls and the walk seemed to be endless with stalls selling fresh and gourmet produce, arts, crafts and handiwork crafts from all over Tasmania, interstate and overseas.

That afternoon, we took a drive getting out of the hustle bustle of the city into a pristine forest canopy.  Stopping at Kingston for a beach walk and a refreshing drink of Apple Cider at Willie Smiths at the Huon Valley, we then headed towards the Aussie bush at the Tahune Airwalk with stunning views over the Huon River.  It was a little too late for the walk and back so we reserved that for our next trip, hopefully.

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Another two more days to explore this lovely country. Day Four to be continued …………..

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7 thoughts on “Christmas in Hobart – Day Three

  1. Lucky you got back your lots baggage! It must have been scary for a while. Looked like a great market, Jess. I hope you enjoyed it and bought a few things for yourself 🙂 ❤

    • Hi OM, I could not imagine living in the same shirt and jeans for two whole day and they were the only possession you had. What made it worst was it happened on Christmas and Boxing Day with no shops opened. 😦

  2. Pingback: Christmas in Hobart – Day Five | littlegirlstory

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