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some type of greens, vermicelli noodles, chili tofu, green mango and
then serves them with peanut sauce, chili sauce and sweet soya sauce.
Frank, Patty and I devoured a good amount of them and left Timo two.
I got a text at 20.00 from a stranger
named Esther who had seen my 'Lost Cash' sign. They had been
travelling earlier last year and know how every dollar matters, so
I had two hours before volunteering
started, so I dropped my bag at Lone Pine, then biked down to
Jindalee Rocks Riverside Park again. There, I locked the bike up and
ran around and did some exercises. I definitely notice now that the
walkers around here are much
more likely to smile and acknowledge you than a cyclist. They are
always so stony-faced and serious in their logo-coated spandex. It
was a nice bout of activity and I got back to Lone ...
... and Ann, Andy's Mum at the Franklin Hotel Adelaide for Dinner. The hotel was lovely and had been refurbished with an industrial feel to it. Ann then dropped us off at our hotel after taking us to see the new Adelaide Oval lit up at night....Adelaide is a lovely city with a good feel about it. Lots of people out and about enjoying the many eating places on offer. Woke up at 6am after a good nights sleep ...
Well, it's that time of year again and we are about to head off on our latest European adventure with Dulcie - our Ducato Dethleffs motorhome.
....But....there's been a minor hitch....no - a major hitch...In fact a major change of plans...
Dulcie was wounded in battle on Friday. ...
It's ok, it's ok....it's not terminal - just a flesh wound....
She had just been picked-up ...
... Springs can only be described as large 'towns' at best. Our challenge on reaching Brisbane was first, to avoid the toll roads (grrrr!) and secondly, find somewhere to camp in Beaten-up Barry.
Up to this point we hadn't had a problem finding a camp spot but the Brisbane page of our 'Camping Bible' had no campsites highlighted whatsoever - zilch, nil, none! So in a shopping centre with ...
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