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... a classic Apple Strudel and Chas had a "Honey Roll" (basically a yeast donut bar rolled in sugar, split and filled with a honey laced whipped cream. Good thing I could only eat half of mine - they may have had to roll me down Mt. Lofty to Adelaide.
We bid a fond farewell to Ian and politely thanked him for the very informative tour and were back to the hotel by 5:30pm ... where we vowed never to eat again.
... can drop into a cellar to wash under their cars?
After the machine had fleeced me of about $25 in gold coins, I drove up to the freeway for a quick burn to see if the vibration was still present - answer: yes but only a little bit. Drove home and stripped out of my muddy clothes from kneeling, squatting and lying on the dirty concrete ground with a spray gun angled upwards under the car and copping the occasional spray of mud and soapy water in my ...
... kilometres. That night I met Fiona, I was made to feel right at home straight away by my adopting family. The next morning I was taking for a tour around the farm to try and get orientated, it took a long time to get my head around North and South. The farm is about 1100 hectares, which is pretty big, enormous by English standards but probably on the smaller side for Aussie farms. While being shown around the farm we noticed one of the pipes must have burst underground as ...
... toblerone The numbers were not overly accurate. At gate 6, we were far far away from gate 10 when the flight was called. After lining up again, checking again, waiting and getting on a bus to the plane, we were eventually in our seats ready for takeoff. Which was delayed, because Adelaide doesn't like planes arriving until after 6am. 4 hours and 40 mins later we were circling Adelaide waiting for dawn to rise so we could land. Home. At ...
So the grown-up and me have learnt that Good Friday in Australia is a day of holidays. Shops close, cafes close, museums close and even McDonalds close! Knowing this, the grown-up decided to postpone our trip to the wildlife park to another just in case it was either closed, or it was open and there were lots of people there.
The sunshine was shining bright and the grown-up decided ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWindsor Gardens Caravan Park Adelaide
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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