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... Jeannette no longer working, we are both unemployed and start to plan for rest of the year.
Our first step was to attend the Australian Caravan School at Hastings Point, just below the NSW/Queensland border. This is our first big trip with the van. We go via Melbourne so that we can go to niece Renee's 40th birthday. We also catch up with Di & Derek. Di is a very long term friend.
We enjoyed both the school and the ...
... on different flights and then were taken to the airport for the long flight home. Two hours in the lounge at Rio airport and then a four hour flight to Santiago. Another three hours in the lounge there and then the 12 hour flight to Auckland.
Fortunately, the flight from Santiago left at 12-30am so we were very tired and managed to sleep for several hours. The plane was very full and towards the end it became a matter of endurance. A one ...
Today is a Bank Holiday here and the temperatures are back up to the high 30's too hot for Bobbie to go out so we went off to Port Adelaide for a while but only went to Semaphore beach, it seems we missed the best part, the port itself. Still we had a nice walk along the beach and a walk in the sea. There were quite a few people there but all sitting in the shade as it got up to 39 degrees by lunchtime. ...
... a bit steamy by the early arvo so we went back to the van for some air-con, a swim and a quick skate park before we were hit with storms overnight.
Still hot on Wednesday we headed to 'The Beach House' which is basically child heaven! Three hours of unlimited waterslides, bumper boats, arcade games, dodgem cars and putt putt golf. The kids had THE BEST TIME EVER and apparently Lucas wants to live there when he's an adult! We were all exhausted ...
... out in the car. It was scary at first whilst i trialed the roads with just a map and road signs, but I soon gave in and sorted myself out with the means I needed to use my phone as the handy sat nav it can be. After that I cruised round much more confidently knowing I wasn't going to waste half the time trying to find somewhere and getting in a flap or panic whilst lost. PHEW!
The first place I ventured to on my own was the oldest surviving German ...
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