Cradle mountain!

“Are you crazy?” asked our bus driver. She was dropping us to the starting point of our hike – Ronny’s Creek at 2 PM. Before asking this question, she had informed us that the hike was a full day hike of 14 kilometers and it was a hot day, so starting the hike at 8…

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East Coast Tasmania

Tasmania is an island state off the mainland Australia. It is known for its rugged wilderness, lots of parks and reserves. The state is famous for its food, wine and clean/fresh air. Hobart is the capital city of Tasmania. My mother was visiting me during Easter last year and I thought it was a perfect…

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Sad tales of Female factory

Located in Hobart, Cascade female factory is Australia’s most significant historic sites. The female factory is associated with the female convicts, operational between 1828 and 1856. The factory was intended to remove female convicts from the negative influences and also to protect the society from what was seen as their immorality and corrupting influence. The…

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A weekend in Tassie (Apple Isle)

Back in November 2015, I had booked a weekend trip to Launceston. But unfortunately, I had to be admitted in a hospital for a toothache (Yes, you heard it right – for just a toothache), coz of which I had to cancel my Launceston trip. It was time to book again 😛 (I am one stubborn…

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