Adelaide International Student Accommodation

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Travel Blogs from Adelaide

A Day in the Wine Country

A travel blog entry by frankenichols on Jul 22, 2014

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... along with information on the fines if the lane is used). Everything. On and on. We stopped at the Jacob's Creek and received a small talk of the history of the winery. On to tasting 3 white wines (their cool evening whites were delightful), and 3 reds (the shiraz was nice). While we were tasting, Chas took the opportunity to snap photos of the beautiful landscape. We gathered together for a spot of tea, then back on the bus. Our second ...

Adelaide

A travel blog entry by marilyna on Jul 12, 2014

... Chocolate shop where we were forced to buy one or two items. Eventually we found a Woolworths but we were told that we couldn't go in because it was 5 o'clock and they were closing. We thought that this was odd, but, oh well, we'd just go to Coles instead. But, the same thing, they had just closed too, so all we had was four bananas and a packet of biscuits from the fruit shop for our efforts. Apparently, now we've checked, all supermarkets in the ...

Amazing Adelaide

A travel blog entry by cmreid on Jul 11, 2014

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... It was fabulous having time with him!!

The following day we did day trip to Victor Harbour. What an amazing place! After a quick play in the park, we had lunch on the foreshore, taking in the sights of another amusement area (like a permanent carnival on the foreshore!), before taking the horse drawn tram over to Granite Island. The tram ride was a great novelty and saved the extra walking on little legs. Once on the island, we did the ...

Rad-elaide

A travel blog entry by hilders-on-tour on Jul 05, 2014

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... necessary, before finding the Obarn to travel to the Tea Tree shopping centre to take Tom home. Obarn back to town and bus back to the caravan park after a quick Mexican tea. Sore feet all round.
Day 2 - Sunday. Weather improved to the point that the boys decided on a swim in the parks pool. Still not warm enough for the adults. After a bite for lunch a bike ride to Glenelg ...

The start of my big adventure

A travel blog entry by kerrynjones on Jun 24, 2014

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... the award made me extremely proud ... I remember on the awards night Katherine Jordan and Gaynor Ramsey saying how wonderful it would be if an early childhood person won, and when Jay Weatherill said my name I was quite literally stunned (and wished I had written a speech). When I accepted the award I recognised the incredible work of the team of educators at Roxby Downs Kindergarten, because a leader is only really as good as ...

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