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Hobart, Tasmania, Australia – 3

On the last day in Hobart, we decided to see Port Arthur and a little town called Richmond. Richmond Richmond is about 25 minutes drive from Hobart CBD. No regrets to go there. It was such a little gem. When we arrived in the morning, it was still quite early. Most of the shops were not open yet. Although I was desperate for my second coffee dose, I wanted to wait to get a decent cup from a local cafe. Travel doesn’t mean we have to compromise, right? We took a walk to see this historic village full of heritage buildings and Georgian architecture. Most of the buildings are dated back early 19th century. Richmond was a military staging post and convict station linking between Hobart and Port Arthur. Left the car-park, we turned left on Bridge St. It led us to the most famous landmark of the village, Richmond Bridge. It was the oldest bridge still in use in Australia. Walking over the bridge and looking down the Coal River, there was a lot of …

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Finally I have got some time to write about our trip of Tasmania. Because my mum is over 70 years old, I didn’t choose any places that we need to hike or walk too much when I planned this trip. We arrived in Hobart, then moved along the east coast of Tasmania and flew back from Launceston. I think I will break down this trip into several posts. Otherwise, it will be too much for just one post. We arrived in Hobart around lunch time.  Although Hobart is Tasmania’s capital, the airport didn’t seem very busy. After we picked up our rental car, we drove to the B&B I booked in the city. That B&B turned out to be a horrible disaster. However, that will be a story for another day. After we checked in, we had a walk at the beautiful waterfront and took a cruise to see the Tasman Bridge.   MONA – Museum of Old and New Art  MONA was on the top of list to see in Hobart. It’s really not your conventional …