13 January 2014

Port Arthur (Tasmania - Part 6)

Salamanca Market, Hobart (Tasmania - Part 5)

Port Arthur, that's about 90kms from Hobart and is approximately one and half hour driving.  I love driving in Tasmania.  It's far different from Sydney, less traffic and still lots of nature surrounded.  We arrived there fairly late, therefore we only pay the afternoon entry ($18/pp) which start from 3.30pm til 5.30pm.  Nearly half the normal price, which about $32 (depends on what package are you buying, they have bronze, silver and gold package).  However, we couldn't do much there, no more cruise, but still about 30 historic sites to cover.  Here are some of the photos that I took.  Enjoy, Octie Appetie...

Xiao Long Bao

Pork Rib With Black Bean Sauce $8
Crispy Pork Ribs With Salt and Pepper $18.80

They made a really good Yum Cha dishes.  However, I found that this Pork Ribs was flavoursome but meat was too tough to chew. The rest of the dishes was ok.

Spicy Beef In Traditional Sichuan Soup $18.80

Seafood Pottery $18.80

1/80 Elizabeth Street, Hobart
Ph: 03 6234 6131

Stay tuned for the next blog still in Tasmania:
Bruny Island (Tasmania - Part 7)

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