The Miner's Cottage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... am really enjoying this wedding!!'
Joking aside, the wedding was great and finished in the early evening which allowed us to head in to the West end of town for a few more drinks and also to give me the chance to redeem myself on the Pool table which I am pleased to say I held my own.
The drinking was relentless and the next day we headed out with me Uncle Iain to celebrate his 71st birthday. This was a more relaxed ...
... in our tracks by an unusually dressed gentleman who was flyering. Since this was fringe festival and there seemed to be a lot of unusual characters around, we thought nothing of it and stopped for a chat. He went on to tell us about a great comedy show that was on this evening that he gave us a flyer for which guaranteed us cheap entry. Whilst chatting to him, another chap who seemed like he’d been talking to him just previously, bobbed up, tapped him ...
... we caught up with our gorgeous friends Jan and Glenn ( who are back on the road and travelling East ) we had the most FAB night at The Lion Hotel, great food, company and dancing . Lots of hugs n kisses as we leave because we are not sure when we will catch up again.
On the Friday we had breakfast on Norwood with our beautiful and funny friend Sonia and this time husband David made it too which was great... its never long enough but we pack SO ...
... of flowers for market. Sunday, it was my turn to get up early and head off to market with Geoff. We made good time and arrived early, getting out his stall and setting up. It turned out to be quite a sunny day with a few clouds which was good. I think we managed to sell quite a few things, especially the herbs today. Although I had a couple of brain freezes on the 'giving change to customers' part (it was their fault, trying to confuse me!) I think it ...
When we arrived at the Ghan station, Joe looked out for the bags whilst I looked out for Simon - but I didn't know what he looked like. My uncle Phil had been best man at his wedding and had given us his contact details to visit whilst we were in Adelaide, Simon had offered us a bed for the weekend and a tour about, we were thrilled! Him and his wife Kelsey had 2yr old twin girls, and they were who I was looking out for, a man with twin girls would be easier ...