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Travel Blogs from Adelaide
Well, another 4-5 day round up and as I said would be the case, the last few days have been pretty uneventful. Got picked up on Thursday by Michael and came to spend the weekend with the puppies again. That night was mostly spent staying up and watching the brave battle between USA and Germany and flicking back and forth to the Portugal v Ghana game to see the fate of my new World Cup team America. The next day Michael took me to the gym for my first weight ...
Near the centre of Adelaide, there is a pedestrian foot bridge that crosses the river. But the architect must have had a grandiose vision and designed it in the shape of the letter "C" so that one end leads you abruptly over the water like a diving platform. To the logical mind, it makes no sense at all and to make matters worse, it cost 40 million dollars to build. However it is a pleasure to walk on and a convenient way for pedestrians to cross to the ...
We drove through my home town of Lobethal as well. I grew up in Lobethal and went to the local primary school before we moved back to Adelaide so I have a lot of memories connected to the place. It was good to see a few familiar sights as we drove past like the bakery and even my old barber Foster Pingel is still there!
The next stop was Gumeracha to visit the Big Rocking Horse and Toy Factory. I have been here countless times and it still ...
... left Adelaide 3 days later which I am happy to say Kelly did and Malc picked a Nissan Tiida up on Monday.
We arrived at Pauline's, who actually laughed at our dinky car and insisted that she took our photo with it. Fabulous to be re-united with Pauline it has been almost 7 years since we were last together in the UK just a couple of weeks before we got married. We had so much to say to each other and reminisce about that Malc took the opportunity to sneak off for a ...
I’m sure you didn’t
expect to hear from me so soon after my last extremely long blog! I promise this one won’t be so long and as
I’ve now left Perth, I thought I wouldn’t leave it so long to tell you about my
time there – and also because I am now in a campervan in a very quiet
campsite! As there are no local bars to
distract me, I thought I would make myself busy (with a large glass ...