Greetings from the WOTM household where ‘the tennis player’ (hubby) has MAN FLU! It is not pretty! Send help if you don’t hear from me for a while! Not only does he have MAN FLU but he has it for his birthday! Yes – today is his birthday!! Not sure that it will be one of his best somehow! No big cook up of his favourite meal for dinner tonight and chocolate pudding for dessert (his favourite) because he does not have much of an appetite but we’ll see what treats we might be able to come up with that are suitable for a man in a very frail state! 😉
Anyhoo – enough germs and mayhem – let’s have a look at some photo’s from Day 3 of our Tassie trip (which already seems like it was eons ago!). Unfortunately, with me being unwell and now the tennis player struck down with MAN FLU, I haven’t had time to go through all my photo’s that were taken at Richmond, but I have enough that will give a good representation of beautiful Richmond! It’s highly likely there are some more Richmond gems in my stash that I might like to share. If so, I may have to do a Day 3 – Richmond (Part 2) post!
On Day 3 we checked out of our hotel in Hobart and drove to the Salamanca Markets where we spent the morning. I didn’t take my camera to the markets. I wanted to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy myself. I did take a few snaps with my phone and they can be seen on my Instagram.
After the markets, we headed off to historical Richmond – about a 20 minute drive North-East of Hobart and checked in to our gorgeous little cottage – ‘Bridge Cottage‘ (Armoury) that was built by convicts back in 1823. We had lunch at the Richmond Bakery – absolutely AMAZING pies – I kid you not! I highly recommend the place if you are ever there! We went to the Richmond Arms Hotel for dinner and had a fabulous roast dinner each!
Ciao for now,