La Loft Apartments North Terrace
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... I have nagged Jim to an inch of his life! There are notes pinned everywhere and he did balk at having dinner with the neighbours and I am pretty sure he is not listening to me any more!!! The rest is pretty easy as the weather is hot at this time of year so summer clothes it is. The visa is organised, the money is sorted and if anything is forgotten then it doesn't matter. We have an empty case for shopping etc. and I managed to ...
... of 20 plates. It's all been a bit much for Alex after getting into trouble all day for hitting she's had a melt down when strawberries and ice cream were denied. Let's hope our last day with Andy is better, he's taking them to watch Gelong play. Monday he is off to the UK to visit his ...
... set off for the airport with our big bags and backpacks pleased that we were not overweight. We are getting so used to travelling light now.
It is hard to believe we have been travelling for three years on and off, time is a funny thing, it only seems yesterday we were winging our way to the UK to homeswap for five months. Ah the memories.
We are looking forward to seeing family and friends as we take ...
... did that work? So it was back to the Bakery for lunch, Nick and Dan had meat pies, Liam went for a pastie and the adults had rolls, the boys followed it up with ice cream which I’m sure they thought was much better than cheese.
After lunch we were back on the wine tasting stopping at Barristers where they had geese, 25 fallow deer with fawns, ducks, chickens and supposedly emu’s with a baby but the emu’s were well ...
... and move on. We had toured the York Peninsular and Copper Triangle and thought that that was enough of this type of Forna . We set off towards Adelaide to stay at a place that is known to us, Glenelg. It was only about 160k or so a 2 hour journey on these long straight roads. We had a pit stop en route at Port Wakefield and checked out some Aussie caravans. Wow how different they are constructed,much wider and with a leaning towards ...