Travel Blogs from Adelaide, Australia

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The Krill Have Been Removed for Remedial Treatment, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

The Krill Have Been Removed for Remedial Treatment

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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... this: the tourist "attractions" aren't much to brag about. But as far as city atmosphere goes, I thought Adelaide had it. I went out to the South Australia museum, which had the usual run of taxidermied animals and fossils and big ol' rocks, and was ...

The road trip begins - Sydney to Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

The road trip begins - Sydney to Adelaide

A travel blog entry by marshallmatters

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... the start of our road trip from Sydney to Adelaide which would take us three days!  Now this is what we think Australia should look like. Red earth at the side of the road, stark trees and a breeze through the window that burns your nose if ...

Naracoorte - Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Naracoorte - Adelaide

A travel blog entry by carolandthomas

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... years. And to make the most of the free wine we have a brunch of a red wine at Stonehaven winery before heading on towards Adelaide. While driving the very long, very straight and very empty road Thomas is pulled over by a very nasty cop (old and grey ...

Beaches, Wine Barrels and My Own Wheels, Adelaide, the Barossa Valley and the Limestone Coast, Australia travel blog

Beaches, Wine Barrels and My Own Wheels

A travel blog entry by charmedlife

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... and the precious gold oil. After spending a few quiet nights in Tanunda and Hahndorf,one of the Adelaide Hills most famous towns, it is Australia's oldest surviving German settlement. Next I head south to the open lands bordering the incredible Limestone ...

Adelaide City, Adelaide and Glenelg, Australia travel blog

Adelaide City

A travel blog entry by carolandthomas

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... the post office where we had to pay evil speeding fine) and lots of statues dotted around town. On our last day in South Australia we headed out to Glenelg to visit the Rodney Fox shark musuem. This guy is a legend! He was attacked by a Great White ...

Just kidding...The REAL deal on Sydney etc., Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Just kidding...The REAL deal on Sydney etc.

A travel blog entry by chrisandlara

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... . Upon our arrival in Australia, (or ASStralia, as one of Chris' students typed into the computer and a webpage, definitely not on Australia, appeared) we hung out in Sydney for a few days. We enjoyed the sun, the warmth and some of the great ...

Forgive us for we have Zinned, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Forgive us for we have Zinned

A travel blog entry by escapetherace

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... to the Welly Hotel where Bryson had sat down in a dark corner for the afternoon reading his newly purchased books on Australia's numerous dangerous creatures. I ordered a pint of Coopers just as Bryson had while the brunette stuck to white wine. It was ...

Day 220, On the Ghan, Adelaide to Darwin, Australia travel blog

Day 220

A travel blog entry by poolman99

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We got to Alice Springs around 2pm and the girls leave the train here for a few days in Alice while I continue to Darwin. Since the train is stationary here for a few hours I decided to go with the girls to the hostel to book my accommodation and tours ...

Stars, Camels And Idiocy, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Stars, Camels And Idiocy

A travel blog entry by foolsgold

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... on the side of the road frequently warn you of the dangers of roving Kangaroos, Emus and..... Camels. It's easy to forget Australia has wild camels. Kangaroos, pretty obvious really - cornerstone of their culture you could say. Emus too.... Doesn't really ...

South Australia, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

South Australia

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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Our vehicles arrived into Melbourne by ship from Calcutta in late January and we have been home in Adelaide for 5 months now and found it a little difficult getting into the thrust and parry of work. It was great to see our family and ...

Farewell Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Farewell Adelaide

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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Adelaide airport had a sad farewell for us with the girls in tears and Ava (our grand daughter) wanting to come with us. The realization of the length of our intended journey hit with a bang and I almost wanted to turn around and go home. Malaysian ...

Bus Station, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Bus Station

A travel blog entry by mitz24

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I arrived in Adelaide at 3pm in the Parklands station which I was hoping would be in the CBD area but it was about a 20 minute walk and having not waited long to get my luggage and having 2 hours before my bus to the farm I chose to walk to the main ...

A Bit of a Prologue, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

A Bit of a Prologue

A travel blog entry by catters

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... all six months of crazy work, made possible by the how welcoming all the people in each of these hospitals were. Six days in Adelaide running around like a crazy man trying to make sure I have covered everything and now the time has come. The bag is ...

Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Adelaide

A travel blog entry by dacraic

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... (which apparently only runs on Sundays) to Glenelg and discovered where all the 'adelaidians' (is that plural for people from Adelaide?) hang out. Glenelg is a lovely spot by the sea and a great place to people watch. There's a Marina there too. ...

Adventures in Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Adventures in Adelaide

A travel blog entry by you_know_zo

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... lucky because the weather had been terrible, but cleared up just for five minutes for us!! On our last night in Adelaide, Melanie invited us to a wine tasting... she's a graphic designer and designs labels for some of the local wineries and ...

Day 219, On the Ghan, Adelaide to Darwin, Australia travel blog

Day 219

A travel blog entry by poolman99

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... 't met too many folk from the South West so three in one go was nice!   The Ghan takes a little longer than the Perth-Adelaide trip I'd done but spending hours and days on a train doesn't seem like a chore to me. Taking a four hour train in England ...

Growth, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Growth

A travel blog entry by lucinate

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... but they've now changed hands and expanded and added an amazingly expensive giftshop. They had bars of lavender soap for $7!!!! I love Adelaide too, although I guess it can be a bit quiet if you don't know where to go. We stayed with my brother, ...

A nice place to live, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

A nice place to live

A travel blog entry by danblank

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... with, including Jess and Deb mentioned above, and as I just recently found out, Sarah, one of the Central City "orphans" that I spent Australia Day with. If I don't get cabin fever, I'm sure I'll have plenty to report from the West Coast. And if I do get ...

Fringe, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Fringe

A travel blog entry by jag

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... hundred party goers and the night got quite crazy and so our plans to leave the next day were once again delayed. Adelaide had so many other events happening in and around our time there from concerts, sporting fixtures and festivals and the place is ...

Welcome to Adelaide??, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Welcome to Adelaide??

A travel blog entry by meercatvinny

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The only reason we were coming to Adelaide in the first place was to see U2 playing, and they have abviously cancelled. We booked the flights months back and couldn't change them so we just tried to make the most of it. Our taxi driver gave us a ...

Cultural walk around Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Cultural walk around Adelaide

A travel blog entry by vickersontour

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... it happens, it was the 'Migration' museum, all about people that have emigrated to Australia from across the World. Apparently, Adelaide (and South Australia as a whole) was a convict free zone, so emigrating here was quite popular. To be fair, there were ...

Madelaide, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Madelaide

A travel blog entry by ad_n_caz

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... visited so far, this would be last on the list. However out of the 1.5 million people living in South Australia, one million of them are right here in Adelaide. We don't want to discourage anyone from visiting, as it is a nice place to chill with lots of ...

Big Town Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Big Town Adelaide

A travel blog entry by alasdairm

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... (not that type) that had been lacking of late. From the looks of the notices pinned up in the hostel offering/looking for rides Adelaide seems to serve as more of a place people pass through than stay which is a shame given the laid back feel, or ...

A Great Place (to Live), Adelaide, Australia travel blog

A Great Place (to Live)

A travel blog entry by alasdairm

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... just how few things there really were to do here when that could almost be the highlight of the day. With Australia defeating (understatement) England at the Ashes the returning Aussie and English fans staying in the hostel at least made for plenty of ...

Catchya Adelaide!, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Catchya Adelaide!

A travel blog entry by mmartinskerm

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... trying to pack in as much of the travel experience as possible while also working full time should be a challenge. But for this little hyperactive Adelaide lad on his first autonomous trip abroad it should be an absolute blast! Bon voyage and Bula ...

Whistle-stop Adelaide, Adelaide, SA, Australia travel blog

Whistle-stop Adelaide

A travel blog entry by tjmartin

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... which as you might imagine is kept at a dlightly warmer temperature, but this allows a range of plant species (and a few birds) from throughout Australia to be grown all in one place. When I was buying my ticket I found that I only had a $50 (approx ...

Full House, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Full House

A travel blog entry by alasdairm

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... guy who swore to kill me unless I gave him a dollar. Declining his offer I tried not to upset the midget too much since he looked a little pregnant before returning to the hostel to find it crowded out with more cricketeers from both England and ...

Australia - Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

Australia - Adelaide

A travel blog entry by gonetilwhenever

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... walked across the river again into the city. Calling at the Visitors centre we enquired about a trip to nearby Kangaroo Island; Australia's third biggest island and a haven for native wildlife. It turned out that the cost of getting over there; $150 for ...

Ben and Leah's Going Away party: Report, Saracen's Head, Adelaide City, Australia travel blog

Ben and Leah's Going Away party: Report

A travel blog entry by benleah

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On the 7th of March 2008, Ben and Leah hosted a wild and wildly successful Going Away party at the Saracen's Hotel in Adelaide.   The evening began with a quiet dinner involving Ben, Leah and some close family. The dinner was a gentle ...

...Home again!  The end of a chapter!, Adelaide, Australia travel blog

...Home again! The end of a chapter!

A travel blog entry by clintonb

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Well here I am back home in our small little airport of Adelaide, South Australia... As I walked off the plane we saw everyone wait for us in the arrival gates.   Danielle was over the moon to see her family once again, and sure I was happy to see my ...

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