Thursday, 10 July 2014

Hobart Day 6

hobart
Raisin loaf, croissants, hard boiled eggs and tomatoes for breakfast in the wee morning!
mini theme park
Guess where? :D
streets
Yup, Salamanca Place on a Saturday! It's very popular with the locals and tourists.
flowers
Pretty flowers~
salamanca place
And more flowers~
salamanca place
salamanca place
salamanca place
Homegrown carrots and beetroots in different colours.
stroll
 Fancy strolling around on a lazy Saturday morning? :)
salamanca place
Shop selling colourful footwear.
salamanca place
Fresh apples.
salamanca place
Old school snow cones.
salamanca place
Variety of tulip bulbs.
salamanca place
Espresso bar.
salamanca place
Handmade soap. They have many different types and all are made from natural ingredients, perfect for gifts! We bought quite a number of them cos they were so pretty and sweet smelling!
salamanca place
Bought a sausage bun, so good!
balloons
 Balloons! :)
salamanca place
They have a couple of street performances in this area. Really cool, all of them are so talented! Some of them have their own CDs put up for sale as well, and we bought it! :D 
balloons
And more balloons~
salamanca place
Fudge. Great for gifts as well, 3 for 10 AUD only!
salamanca place
Salamanca square.
salamanca place
 The candles were so pretty how can anyone resist not getting one?
firewood
Organic pizza.
salamanca place
Healthy menu.
salamanca place
Aww... this brightens my day! :)
salamanca place
And we had a slice of the east coast scallop, a tad pricey but worth a try!
There are no shopping centres situated in Hobart, unlike Singapore where we do have many many shopping centres for entertainment purposes during the weekends. Hence it was really quite different when I experienced walking along the streets of Salamanca Place on a Saturday. I was particularly mesmerized by the cheerful atmosphere and sights of colours everywhere and time seemed to stop in its track cos everything was just so slow paced...
 
salamanca place
Decided to walk along the pier after we were done with Salamanca Place.
salamanca place
Mures fish centre.
salamanca place
Hugeass ship.
pier
They had boats along the pier selling raw/cooked seafood. You can even dine in some of them!
elizabeth st pier
Snowy white birds.
elizabeth st pier
And we chanced upon flippers!
elizabeth st pier
 With its extensive menu...
elizabeth st pier
How can we go back without having fish and chips? Nomming on piping hot fish and chips in the cold weather was so awesome! <3
oysters
And we specially drove to Barilla Bay for another awesome shit.
fresh oysters
Back with their fresh oysters!!!
oysters
 
oysters
Very classy interior, you can choose to dine in for an exorbitant price! We chose to takeaway. 
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 Stopped by the very famous Jackman & McRoss for some takeaway desserts.
pastries
I see you salivating! :D
Hobart
If only we have this in SG. :(
cookies and jam
Homemade cookies and jam.
fresh oysters
fresh oysters
Freshest oysters I've ever tasted.
hobart
Sphagetti, stir-fried broccoli, steamed egg, oysters, scallops from the pier and lamb.
desserts
 Brownie and lemon meringue from Jackman & McRoss.
night scenery
Good food and a beautiful night. Nothing gets so perfect. :)
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 

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