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Begin here with the aid of Qantas.
Depart Perth domestic terminal. Look out on your country’s vast interior:
Arrival in Hobart will be marked by a change in topography, light and temperature. According to your guide-on-the-side
Although a good deal milder than they had been used to back in England, Hobart’s climate was a big problem to the early settlers, huddled in tents or shanties with only the light cotton clothing they had been issued with (Timms, 2009, p. 182).
Admire changing views – revel in chance discoveries:
Before returning with Virgin Australia in readiness for landmarks/ circumstances which lie ahead:
Timms, P. (2009). In search of Hobart. Sydney: UNSW Press.
Phillips, J.A. (1987). Bluegill in Fast Lanes, pp. 66-88. London: Faber and Faber.
Hattie, J. (2015). What works best in education: The politics of collaborative expertise. Open Ideas series by Pearson retrieved June 23, 2015 https://www.pearson.com/content/dam/corporate/global/pearson-dot-com/files/hattie/150526_ExpertiseWEB_V1.pdf