This water spray display was great. Even back then there was a COVID-19 message in the words. No matter how often I snapped, I couldn't catch the display in full flight.
R did not like the museum at all.
The famous poo machines, fed at 11am and craps at 2pm, or something like that.
While I liked many of the exhibits, I didn't like the confusing layout of the building.
We did see a good bit of the museum. Sadly it was a bit wet outside. Social isolation had not come into play yet. We had a drink and a bite to eat at one of the areas.
Nice views of the Derwent River from where we had something to eat and drink. We could see where were staying.
Ferries from the Hobart wharf direct to MONA were available and were busy enough. They are all in different camouflage colours. Not particularly cheap from what I saw.
Cheap or not ferries, MONA has been very successful with drawing hundreds of thousands of people like us to the museum, who
An interesting static exhibit. I read somewhere that if a work of art receives too many likes, it is removed. MONA wants to exhibit challenging works, not popular works.
A relaxing afternoon back at the Riverfront, where I went out and took the photos for the previous Tasmanian post. We had a really nice dinner at our accommodation, and we sat in the area where there were white table cloths, but aside from the table cloths, nothing else was different. I guess book early and you get a tablecloth.
R doesn't have too much energy and we had done enough for the day. It would have been nice to visit Hobart city and there was a good bus service to get us there, but we have seen Hobart before and explored it over a few days.