Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury
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this hotel is now called Adina instead of Medina, situated right in the heart of Adelaide. Walking distance to Rundle Mall etc. Large and modern apartments, stylish decoration. Friendly staff and lovely pool in the basement. Perfect for a stay in Adelaide!
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... interesting to see. Today we are staying in a town called Coober Pedy. It’s an opal-mining town and people literally dig into the side of mountains and live underground. I think it probably started with miners just living in the mine, and then evolved into people realizing that it was a good way to not need heating or cooling, so they just lived in mines and turned them into homes. You can stand at this viewpoint above the town and see random chimneys and vents sticking out of ...
... see them again as we will be heading across the Nullabor soon and into WA. Meal of the Stay - Dreamy Osso Buco - heat some oil In a large saucepan or camp oven and brown the outside of 4 x large pieces of Osso Buco or Veal Knuckle that has been coasted in plain flour. Once browned, take out and add some more oil to the pan. Fry up half of a peeled and sliced brown onion, 2 cloves ...
... any money. We have saved loads by being here as opposed to spending money on a hostel every night, but long term we really need a job. So we scoured the internet looking for jobs and fortunately our ideal job has come up - 3.5 hours away from Townsville a 100,000 acre farm needed a teacher and a farm hand. We had a phone interview and the next day we were offered the job where we accepted. We fly out (again) on 28th January to start our new role in the outback.
... let alone Vincent at 9.30pm at night across Adelaide to the other side of town. Next time we will stay up on the hills!!! Managed to get back into the caravan park at 10pm QUIET TIME. Gingerly parked Vincent we even managed to get blocks under him because of the angles.
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... on - we particularly enjoyed the vege garden and watching the parrots nesting in the boxes on his veranda.
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