|Wall of 1000 Vaginas|
Salamanca Market and indulge in a few goodies. I must say though, that my favorite part of the time I spent in Tassie was during my first WWOOFing experience. "Wwwoooooo-what" you ask? WWOOF (Willing Workers On Organic Farms) is an exchange experience, where you get food and accommodation in exchange for 4-6 hours of work per day. You get the opportunity to share your culture, knowledge and experience and learn from what your host has to offer.
|Hike up Mt. Wellington|
|Back yard at the WWOOFing house|
From Ian I learned a new appreciation for food and cooking. I spent much of my free time writing down recepies from his old cookbooks that I am excited to make for my family back home (cooking like that in hostels is quite difficult). I am sad to say that, due to a pre-booked flight, I was only able to stay at Ian's for two days. If I ever make my way back to Tasmania, I will surely be giving my friend Ian a phone call.
|Ian and I!|