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I finally need to get rid of my Tasmanian Devil picture. Went to a card shop, where it took me about an hour to choose the perfect birthday card... 'Minimum charge 20 dollars' the cashier said, when I wanted to pay with credit card and I got no cash and am not planning to get any, because additional to some percentage, I'm getting charged 10 francs …
The Grampians National Park is where we spent the night. At Ned's Other Beds. There is Ned's Beds too, but we were at his Other Beds... funny man, I assume. Bush walks on easy trails, waterfalls... pretty, but not spectacular - or maybe I've just seen too many similarly stunning things already - and then the six hours drive to Adelaide. I slept, …
... began when we tried to find the car hire premises. In city traffic and struggling to find an address that was always on the wrong side of the dual carriageway and then when we finally got there, there was a notice telling us that the office had moved. After asking directions from 3 or 4 people and still going round in circles, Val ended up having to go in to the local police station to ask the way.
In the afternoon we got on a tram and made our way to Glenelg which ...
... today. Four wineries later and time for a nap! However, room still unmade as we don't seem to exist! Fortunately, laundry found us ;) Tried to eat tapas but stopped serving at 20:30, so found nice Aussie restaurant next door. Simple prawn dish and fish mains with nice ice cream to finish. Ended the day watching tennis on TV with lightning and thunder ...
... like a snowboard) and head up. Vin starts on the snowboard-style boards – being able to snowboard helps, but it’s definitely very different – the boards don’t have proper edges for a start so turning isn’t really possible, and it’s a bit like riding in powder: nose up, weight back. Great fun, but after a few runs it’s pretty tiring (climbing the sand dune is exhausting) and the sand gets everywhere, so we give up and head ...
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