Adelaide Motel & Backpackers
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- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
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... there), all the way to the shipping port In the north, through the industrial suburbs on the eastside, back through the city toward Brighton, then kept going all the way south toward Aldinga beach and that area. Adelaide is simply cool. There is something about the architecture, calm sandy white beaches, sunset over the water and friendly people which has a definite charm.
The next day we decided to catch a train into town to see the city. The Rundle mall ...
... Fur seal swimming next to it. Very multicultural experience. Waters were calm and toward the end of the tour we were lucky enough to see a pod of Bottle Nosed Dolphins. Although we were slightly late back we made it to the ferry on time and boarded without drama. Late afternoon and evening were spent with Bei's parents. Nice to see Bei's sister, Holly and her mum and ...
... almost dinner too!) before we headed out to find some late service for dinner. I had been trying to find an authentic Italian place every time we got to a big city, but so far I had been disappointed. We spent some time looking around before we finally settled on a little Vietnamese place we found in an alleyway off the pedestrian mall. The service was awesome and it was exactly like the Vietnamese food we have at home, so that was a decent substitute.
... Motorbikes and taxis beeping each other in warning and people everywhere. It's an assault on the senses. We put our things in our room and went for a walk in Kuta. We walked along the esplanade and settled in Hard Rock for dinner where a very loud band was playing on the stage. We cracked out first Bintang of the trip, ate then walked back to our ...
... Bali that is still so rich and beautiful - mainly the Balinese people but I don't.
Why wasn't I sure about going?
I'll have my 77th birthday there - quietly - and thankful that I am doing just that. I'm thankful that I can still organise myself to actually get there - although the length of the lists has increased, including the 'I'd better pack this just in case' stuff. And the knee that started to not obey me just after ...