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After a few hours sleep we got up and into the car for our trip to Glenelg. What a funny day! Donna nattered away all the way there, we went to the oyster Bar where RB ate a oyster and grew an afro! I had a run on the beach and after a short break with a happy ending we went for an organic pizza then bed!!
... carted around in a baby pram by his owners because he is on his last legs, literally. His name is Boston and looked the worst for wear but it was nice to see his owners taking good care of him by getting out in the sun and fresh air. He was a bit weary of life and I felt quite sad for him even though his owners were very caring. The owner mentioned his vet told him the reason why dogs do not show that they are in pain is ...
... the tram ride back very well as we hit rush hour, squashed in the carriage but Jamie was pretty good and we made it back to Glenelg in time for sunset. After Jamie went to bed, Graham and I headed out for dinner, the Mexican we were going to go to had shut for the night so we went to an Italian seafood grill, a very nice meal and pleasant ...
... buildings now! When we got back on the train we went for lunch and then I had a sleep in the afternoon and managed to sleep better than I had done at night! When I woke up I went for dinner, had a nice chicken curry and then me and Daniel (the guy from Newcastle) stayed up talking until about midnight before heading to sleep again!
The train got into Adelaide station at 7.20am on Tuesday. It was a great journey and experience and I'm glad I did it! ...
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