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... scone with jam and clotted cream washed down nicely with milk hot chocolate and marshmallows. Australia's desserts are irresistible but no good for my ever increasing dress size.
Continuing on the subject of food, dinner was the sushi train where apparently Suresh tasted the best sushi he has ever had and I also had some sushi - even though it was chicken sushi :-).
The next day we ...
... the Ranges in total, we stop at a place called Angorichina. This is not much more than a small camping and caravan park, with a small general store in the middle of the ranges. We are the only campers this night and have the place to ourselves. It is on the bank of a riverbed (dry of course) with barren hills surrounding it. Stark beauty as the sun sets. And so ends another interesting day that also happens to be our wedding aniversary.
More dust. One ...
... Luke stands as tall as me now and has a few pounds on me as well and the force was nearly enough to knock me over!
Home! Linda has a cuddle for me and Anne is nearly melting through the seat as she waits for me to arrive. She happily gets up to kiss me as she now knows she can go home and crash! So we stop at one of our favourite coffee shops in the Hills and enjoy the best coffee we'd had for a few weeks. And then home! ...
... Cleveland (US), met up with us outside, asking Kelsey to bring him and his friends to Hindley Street. This js the place where people go out on a Saturday (the city). On a Sunday it would be the Grand at Glenelg. Eventually Kelsey had to decline since it would be too late. So we sat in front of the telly watching Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince 2 for a bit. Around 11:45 pm we got tired and I took a shower and headed to bed. Early morning coming ...
... the coast and the port. The historical buildings here are amazing to look at.
Semaphore where we are staying also has a great deal of history, the original carousel still stands although it was behind a shelter each time we went there. A historical clock tower, the old water tank, a boat signalling building, the Palais theatre (similar to ours at St Kilda) and a jetty that we enjoyed walking along.
In the city of Adelaide we found ...