La Loft Apartments North Terrace
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- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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Such a beautiful day in Adelaide today! Stunning weather.
We lazed the morning away chatting to Garry and Mandy. Easy way to share 12-3o minutes.
Dearest Mandy leant us her car so we drove to Glenelg to see the beach area, walk along the pier. Jacob decided he wanted to jump off the jetty ...
Traveling is good, figuring out what you have done last week and keeping track of everything I have done and the places I have been to and the people I met is a bit harder when moving every few days. I think I need to start with the Ghan train experience, which was quite amazing. It was with mixed feelings first, that I started this ride, as Australia is so huge and some people said it could be disappointing and boring, but once you sit in that ...
... to explode. When he started explaining in minute detail how the runaway lorry ramps on Mt. Lofty work, I started banging my head on the window glass ... really.
Having said all of that, it was quite a nice day. The Barossa Valley vineyards were bare (it is winter here after all) but the grass was quite verdant. Mile upon mile of very green grass, very fluffy white sheep and very twisty, leafy gum trees ...
... 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 ...
... has crazy natural disasters every year with cyclones, bush fires, droughts and floods.
Australia is the home to many animals that can kill you, with deadly crocodiles, spiders, snakes, sharks and jellyfish.
Aforementioned Prime Minister is killing aforementioned sharks for swimming exactly where they are supposed to be.
Free hotplate BBQ’s are everywhere in parks, campsites and beaches and we never saw a single one ...