Semaphore Blue Apartments

Address: 13 Semaphore Road, Semaphore, South Australia, 5019, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 13 Semaphore Road, Semaphore, is near Aldinga Beach, National Railway Museum Port Adelaide, South Australian Maritime Museum, and Grange.
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      Great walk in the National Park

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... Port Pirie is such a pretty little town we also want to come back there.

      With lunch completed it was time to hit the road southbound to Parham where we had stayed two years ago. A great freebie love it here. Except 3kva generator that the chap next door just started up. Why oh why can't people be organised and have batteries, solar and DC to DC chargers? Goodness gracious it is so easy and not expensive these days.

      Ok rant over...

      Once more unto the breach dear friends

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 19, 2014

      ... left in Europe. The numerous tribes of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland clung to their pagan beliefs far longer than the rest of Europe. Before converting to Catholicism in a union with Poland, the Lithuanians not only built one of the most powerful states in Europe, but did so still worshiping their multitude of gods such as Perkunas. The Orthodox Russians of Novgorod (one of my favourite and most interesting places in Russia) directly to the east also fought the pagans and ...

      The wheels are aligned, on the ground and moving

      A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... and move east. Still, I have to say that in the 4 years since we left, the state does seem to be getting on with a few things - a new Superway (elevated highway that is not really needed), new electric train lines to replace the old diesel clunkers, duplication of the Southern Expressway (again a project not needed but only done to stop outsiders laughing at the locals), and a brand new hospital in the CBD to replace ...

      Longest walk to the water

      A travel blog entry by kbjackson7154 on May 15, 2014

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      ... it would be really shallow but was at least waste deep.

      We got to take the kayak out each day( once the tide came in) and go for long walks to meet the waters edge each day.

      We meet up with our neighbors Glen and Sally and shared a couple of drinks and dinner at the local pub (great meal). Dean also took Glen out for a kayak as he hadn't used his as yet on their holiday.

      Next stop Point Souttar. ...

      Jet Lag Swimming

      A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Mar 09, 2014

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      ... 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 ...