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Travel Blogs from North Adelaide
... to Darwin.
I celebrate my 60th birthday in style with some close friends and family. Renee flies over from Melbourne, booking her ticket before she gets an invite!
The rest of the year is recorded in this blog.
We have had a busy and exciting year and have certainly enjoyed the change in lifestyle.
Whilst this is the end of this blog, we will start a new blog for 2014. I bet you can't wait!
... so special were the people we travelled with. The 24 others, whom we had never met before, were all like minded people with similar interests, levels of education and willingness to join in and make it all work. I know we will stay in touch with many and look forward to renewing the friendships forged during the trip. Accolades must also go to Bunniks and their tour director who made everything go smoothly.
It is always good to come home though!!
... sit under the pier in the shade while the little ones play in the water.
On route home we stopped at Greenfields Wetland Wildlife Reserve which had a lovely Café with a deck which looked out over the pond (an almost dry pond now) where you could watch the birdlife including Pelicans, Avocet’s and Ibis, so relaxing but even under the umbrella’s it was hot. Such a ...
... of the heat wave, Daz and Michael set the alarm and headed off early Thursday morning. Michael was so very excited and had an awesome time :)
By now though, we were starting to get a little sick of the heat so we decided to go Ice-Skating. As did half of Adelaide!! It was the first time for everyone apart from Darryl but we all did pretty well (we thought) and had a fantastic time :) Once we were done it was back to the park and our beach to cool down.
... up in the hills is Mount Lofty Botanical Gardens full of fantastic views over the rolling hills and countryside. I took a short route round the gardens bumping into two kangeroos just chilling in the long grass and a friendly magpie that liked tic tacs...
Onkaparinga National Conservation Park was also up in the hills with more incredible views over the river. This was a spontaneous visit, but well worth going for the look out point.
I visited a few ...