Hobart done, Where Next????

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GasGasL€X on January 19, 2013

You have a prime seat there Gary, you lucky sod... Often wonder if its worth going on a cruise ship... looks enticing.. Cheers :) ~Lex

Cindy Breen on January 19, 2013

Nice one Gary...I was thinking of going here this year but will look a bit blackened by now?

Always next year when all green again..LIKED

Marion

Tewbacka on January 20, 2013

Hi Lex, 'Tis nice to be able to sit out on my deck and see something like this sail past. When you come down we'll have a beer there and let your camera loose for a while too. cheers mate GT

Tewbacka on January 20, 2013

Hi Marion. The fires burnt such a small part of Tassie that you'd blink and miss it to be honest. The press wrote it up as if Tassie was blackened everywhere. I just came back from Bicheno that my Mum asked why I would be going there, as its all gone! (Her interpretation) Not a single house in Bicheno was burnt and you'd be hard pressed to see any of the blackened areas from the highways. As for Dunalley its a town you'd drive thru on the way to Port Arthur. You probably wouldn't have stopped there regardless, but the pub is still there and a couple of small cafes that would appreciate any business they could get no doubt. As for being green, Tassie is yellow at the moment, as it is every summer. To see it green you'd need to be here in spring or late autumn I reckon. cheers and hi from Hobart - Gary

ebi lutze on January 20, 2013

Hi GaryFrom the group A1-Unique Australia *. My last visit to Tassie was 1965. Wonder haw it looks like at my next visit. Like the photo and your view L*. Regads Ebi

Tewbacka on January 20, 2013

G'day Ebi. 1965 'tis a while ago. Things might have changed a little, then again many things remain unchanged, one of them being Hobart is still a big country town in comparison to Melbourne/Sydney etc. which is great. Better get down here and bring your camera with you. You'll need it! cheers Gary

InTheBush on January 21, 2013

Hi Gary! I certainly agree with you in regards to Hobart...it really is a most agreeable town and that comes from someone who'd prefer to be miles from anywhere!!

K@rin on January 21, 2013

Hello Gary

Saw a similar ship this summer , they are so amazing HUGE , excellent picture, like it

best wishes Karin

Tewbacka on January 21, 2013

Many a ship like this come to Hobart Karin. I think this day I watched two go past whilst another was still in port. This ship is the Celebrity lines Solstice. Details are: Celebrity Solstice is a Solstice-class cruise ship owned and operated by Celebrity Cruises. At the time she was launched, she held the record for the largest cruise ship ever built in Germany; however, her record was surpassed when the Disney Dream was launched in 2010. Tonnage: 122,000 GT[6] Length: 1,033 ft (314.86 m) Beam: 121 ft (36.88 m) Draft: 27 ft (8.23 m) Decks: 19 Installed power: 4x Wärtsilä 16V46 diesel engines Propulsion: 2x 20.5MW Azipod Speed: 24 kn (44 km/h; 28 mph) Capacity: 2,850 passengers Crew: 1,500 crew

Wow it is big. No wonder it took my attention as it went past. cheers Gary

Tewbacka on January 21, 2013

Hi Caroline Like your thoughts on Hobart. And I love the bush too. cheers Gary

Bassam Jayousi on January 21, 2013

Magnificent view, a Wonderful shot! /LIKE/

Greetings from Dubai, Bassam


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