When I woke up the other day I looked out the window and saw sun, bright leaves and no wind. As I am off to Spain, Portugal and Morocco in three weeks time with two girlfriends I thought I’d better get a bit fit. We are on a small tour (with our own rooms so we’ll continue to be friends) and the tour company requires one is able to walk at leasts three kms on cobblestone and up and down stairs. I got dressed, grabbed my camera and decided this was another walking day. I’ve had quite a few of these over the past couple of months.
I had Mr. Penguin drop me off in South Hobart which is only three kms down the road and I decided to head into the city, another three to four kms to the centre. I needed a plan. Elizabeth Street runs north and south through Hobart. I decided once in the city, I’d head straight up this street into North Hobart. It is a slow incline uphill as one walks, enough to get your heart rate up and the next task was to plan my destination. There is a Cat Cafe in North Hobart and I thought I would go there and get some toast and have a coffee to reward myself. Off I went. This is the walk.
I then headed back into the city and turned up the hill towards South Hobart to wait for the next bus home.
7 thoughts on “Weekend Wander – April”
What a beautiful area you live / walk in!!!! Love all the cats and dogs. You encountered some interesting folk on your walk, that’s for sure!
What lovely images and what a wonderful wander – very jealous! 😀
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Thanks for allowing me to tag along on your walk… such lovely photos. Your commentary on the young couple made me smile. I’ve seen that before, too!
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wonderful shots, i feel like i’ve been in Hobart… quite an enigma in the newspaper: something legal having to do with payments of some sort is all i could get… we have a new chihuahua, 3 mos. old, and we’ve been introduced to the ubiquitous chewing business… his name’s Henry…
I’m jealous. I could bring home a new puppy every week. Those needle teeth and fat bellies. Just love them. I’m glad you’re enjoying visiting Hobart.
I know what you mean. My last dog would cry and stamp his foot to get going. My current dog is very good in cafes but sadly he can’t ride home on busses.
*sigh* I wish my yappy little silky terrier would sit peacefully under a table!
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