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Once again I've missed a few stops, but I just want to put the photos that are slowly but surely gathering dust up here and get up to date without boring you all with all the details of sitting around waiting for car parts ec.
So I finally made it to Adelaide and settled in to a caravan park that had us jammed in like sardines.
The up …
... doctor and he spoke to an ophthalmologist, then got back to me with very helpful advice. Rest of the day busy, with a safety committee meeting in the afternoon. I thought I'd got out of meetings at sea! Falls to attend to x 3 Medicals x1 Pills given out x antihistamines, analgesia Laundry++ Paper work Meetings Eventually the day ended and time to sit down - ...
... It was such a fun evening! Everyone made me so welcome there, and it felt like being back home with my friends. There was initially an issue with the tables, as more people turned up than expected. However, eventually we were placed in our own room, and so the 14 or so of us could celebrate as loudly as we wanted! The birthday boy was 25 and his girlfriend had given him 25 presents, each with their own clue- how cute! The chocolate mud cake was delicious! Slight ...
... we committed to it and pulled it off.
21,005 Kms travelled – driveway to driveway.
45 visits to a petrol station
36 paid accommodation stays - 11 free accommodation stays
1 Tyre blowout, Craig’s Leatherman pouch, Leah’s Camera eyepiece, One plastic foot - off van stabilisers, One bent bed end pole in Karratha storm, Two front Right wheel nuts missing in action, Screws falling out ...
... and went on to his parents beach house in Victor Harbour. We had showers and a cup of tea, put some warm clothes on and then got the abalone out to eat. We had the first one sashimi style (raw) with just a bit of soy sauce and wasabi. It tasted like cartilage! Really tough and crunchy. Patrick liked it but I wasn't a fan. We tenderised the next one with a mallet and flash fried it in garlic butter. That way was much nicer and I really liked it but there was a part of it, close to the ...
If you like being packed into a caravan park...this is the one to go to. The sites are so close together you can hear the people next door 'breathing'. I asked for another spot and was told there weren't any...yet two remained vacant for week I was there. Not impressed at all. Caretaker could be friendlier and agreeable to clients
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