Marion Holiday Park
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... when non-Indigenous people came to South Australia”. Non-Indigenous? I think they mean Europeans who liked to “disposes” indigenous populations wherever they settled, be it India, America, Australia or Africa. But that’s another story. As you can see from the picture, the name Tarndanyangga is on the street sign, but I suspect it was only added in the last decade or two as multiculturalism came to the ...
... with a tram system running through the tree lined streets ringing its bell as it went. There were lots of green areas and at the end of the main shopping street was a view of the distant hills where we had woken up that very morning! It just had a completely different feel to it and we were glad we came.
Taking advantage of the clear blue skies we sat outside a café down one of the lanes and looked over ...
... be back to you soon before I leave to join two of you in the colour run! Left Melbourne on 5th Feb drove along the great ocean road all 240km of it. Took in the sights of twelve apostles, London Bridge both of which are beautiful formations off the coast. Had a night in a hostel called beds other barn, interesting place, we had one loo and ...
... sample of Haigh's chocolates (for later consumption). Little ones Nanny, Grandad and their old friends, now Spike's new friends, went exploring and had a fun day. Grandad and Gary talk about cricket a lot so Spike thought he had better learn more about it. In the evening Gary tried to teach Spike and Iggy about the game because he is an expert. Spike and Iggy slept well that ...
... now. The soft light that penetrates into the gorge allows for some interesting photography, so we indulge ourselves on that.
And soon enough we arrive back at the bottom of the 250 steps back up to the car. Good training for the legs to go up in big steps without stopping. So with a heartrate of 200 and gasping for breath I reach the car. Helen takes it a little more easy, she is not as daft as I am. Her foot is holding out well, fortunately, so we consider ...