Majestic Old Lion Apartments
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... br> Once we get back to Renmark, we start planning for our next trip, two weeks in Vietnam. Jeannette is teaching swimming in the first week and we are able to combine this with the usual tourist activities. Vietnam is a great place to visit. We spend most of out time in and around Da Nang & Hanoi. We would love to return to see the rest of this wonderful country.
We finally set a departure time and make the decision ...
... the day. We still have 2x 10l on the roofrack. Do we need it? Wilmington happens to be 40km away. With the subtank contents we can easy do that. So off we go and soon enough we reach Wilmington. The first pump we find closed at noon and will be closed all Sunday. The next one down the road also closed at noon, but will be open on Sunday morning. Phew. So we head into the caravan park, set up camp and wait for Sunday.
After breaking up camp and the usual ...
... they were all squashed. I tried to get a couple of hours kip around 5ish, but the stress and anxiety wouldn't let me rest. Instead I got my **** out of bed and caught a 6.30 bus to the train station and got the bus in to Adelaide, arriving at about 8.30am.
I forced a Hungry Jack's breakfast down me and went across the road to the British consulate office to discuss visas and emergency help and stuff, only to find that he'd moved to Canberra a few weeks ago.
I finally started to get excited about the next stage of the adventure and that's probably why I had a restless night. Up way too early to recall the time but I could hear the rain hitting my bedroom windows, the 6.30 am alarm came way too soon. I sorted out some more surplus gear to be sent back by Dusty & Dave, (they both said I had way too much gear) every gram helps. I enjoyed some lively discussion with Dave who has a wide range of knowledge about many current ...
... partner came along as well. We had a nice BBQ lunch and caught up on the latest and greatest. It was really nice to be back in the Pinno family environment and it felt almost like I never left! After lunch I got into the car for my first drive in Australia in 3 years and everything in the car was in reverse. I had to sit on the right and change gears with my left hand! It is a bizarre experience after having driven on ...