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... connection between Snells in UK and Australia? Well,
another curious discovery: back in 1850s, a small boy called James Snell, just 11
years old, went by boat all by himself to Australia. Nobody knows why.
He arrived penniless, homeless and parentless in Adelaide and got a job
with horse dealer and in adulthood, made, lost and re-gained his
fortune dealing horses. He was William's and George's grandfather.
... main drag where signalling with the windshield wipers instead of the blinker, looking right instead of left, and well making exceptionally wide left hand turns was over. Being not only on the wrong side of the car, but also the wrong side of the road was half the adventure in itself. I don't think I will ever forget the expressions on our faces and the lovely dialogue that came with the windshield whipper turns or lane changes. haha
Our first destination ...
... signature suite. They get to be part of this special exclusive Neptune Club with champagne, fancy towels, corsages and cocaine, probably. I'll see how I go blogging on board but I'm not sure what the internet situation will be at this stage so it may not be daily. I can almost taste the mojito. Tickets, money, ...
... news later that he had somehow survived and was a stable condition. Having seen the speeds that some of the motorbikes and cars were taking on the corners, I imagine they must have to scrape someone off the road at least once a month. Still, an absolutely fabulous cycle. In Adelaide we have decided to treat ourselves and stay in town in the wonderful Adina Apartments Hotel, which is in the former city treasury building. What was a beautiful one bedroom apartment soon ...
... a proper breakfast.
Afterward, we decided we would take the light rail up to Port Adelaide and check out the National Rail Museum. Port Augusta is actually the historical hub of the GSR, but Adelaide, being only a few hundred kilometers to the south is the closest major city to I guess that's where they decided to put it. Lucky for us!
We arrived just before it opened, and we spent some time chatting with the gentleman from the welcome center as he set up for ...