Tatts Backpackers Adelaide City
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... a seal but fortunately no sharks. A young man was killed near here ,around 2004 , by a Great White.
Following day played golf in the morning then the 4 of us had lunch in the club house - nice meal. Great views of the course on a sunny day.
... Teutonic Knights were an order of warrior monks. The Teutonic Order conquered large swathes of the Baltic and held it by building many wood or brick fortifications, many of which are still standing and I hope to see on my travels.
After the crusading period ended, the area was still fought over nearly constantly, from the Great Northern Wars between Sweden and Poland, the Napoleonic wars, World War 2 and finally in the fight for independence for the 3 countries from ...
Sunday the 27th: saw Kelsey play her hockey match and then had dinner with Jenni's sister Karen and her husband Peter (from UK) and two Indian children. This was their annual tradition of celebrating their arrival to Australia. We had indian food of course and it was delicious! I had butter chicken thali (little dishes in one plate) at British ...
... 5 years ago with his wife and bought a pub, the food was surprisingly good. The food was the wife's handy work. I met the farmer at the playing fields in Hamilton where both his daughters (Lilly and Isabelle) were playing netball, it was straight in to farm life as we had to load some sheep into a ladies trailer and that was it I'm back to being "farmer Rich" for 3 months. We spent the afternoon watching Duncan play cricket. This is where catching up on the blog gets hard, ...
... called Lorne for lunch, then it was on to Apollo Bay (possibly our favourite town of the trip) where we found a motel for the night just near the beach.
Saturday 15 February 2014
After leaving Apollo Bay we took a slight detour to drive out to Cape Otway where there is a lighthouse of 1848 vintage (the oldest on mainland Australia) and an old telegraph station erected when a very early submarine cable was installed. We climbed to the top of the ...