I don't log walking as I do so much of it when working. However, thought I would just make a list of the longer walks in Tasmania over the past 10 days:
7 Apr (pm) - Hobart: Sandy Bay to Salamanca & back via Battery Point (3km)
8 Apr (am) - Sandy Bay to Hobart centre via Battery Point & Docks & back (4km)
8 Apr (pm) - Organ Pipes walk at Mt Wellington (3km)
9 Apr (am) - Fluted Cape walk at Bruny Island (6km)
9 Apr (pm) - Sandy Bay to Salamanca & back (3km)
15 Apr (am) - Wineglass Bay at Freycinet, returning via the Hazards (12km)
16 Apr (am) - Mt Brown & Crescent Beach from Remarkable Cave (near Port Arthur - 10km)
17 Apr (pm) - Battery Point to Queens Domain via Salamanca and Docks & back(5km).
Finally, not walks at all, but must give these honourable mentions:
- fantastic cruise alongside the Bruny Island cliffs. Saw sea eagles, albatross, seals, blowholes, sea caves and stacks, and lots of other things. Entertaining commentary, first class seamanship, lots of photos & memories.
- excellent 2hr lunch on our way to Hobart airport - a great way to finish the holiday!
PS Didn't see a single boot camper in Tassie - is it a personal trainer-free zone I wonder?