Monday, August 11, 2008

c o l d

There is snow on the hills and the sky has an ominous hue foreboding more of the same. A pot of mystery soup (last week's vegetables, with a can of organic tomatoes and kidney beans) cooks on the stove.

Too cold to think, let alone write - so here are some more pics from last month’s trip to Hobart.



more pumpkins than you could poke a stick at



you’ve got to love a coeliac aware pub



A strange name for a café, really

UPDATE: No idea why we found that last one so funny? This educational video might help. (Err actually it is an ad for ice cream but just ignore that).

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5 Comments:

Blogger shula said...

Well, I laughed.

11:02 pm  
Blogger Lucy said...

Me, too.

8:00 am  
Blogger docwitch said...

That is funny. And odd. Do you get served by men in very tight speedos? It does raise expectations somewhat.

7:19 pm  
Blogger Another Outspoken Female said...

They were shut on the weekend when I took the shot and I seriously doubted the place was a going concern, tucked away in a quite corner of the CBD. Come monday morning the place was hopping, though with snow on the mountains sadly there was not a bathing suit in sight.

1:50 pm  
Blogger FoodieFi said...

We stayed near Budgie Smugglers when in Hobart in April and it gave me a chuckle every time we walked past :) I was thinking of Hobart last night as we ate a less-than-inspiring fried scallop from the local fish and chippery, and I came to thinking about the wonder of Flippers' 'bag of treats' at Constitution Dock...

11:23 pm  

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