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Dear Travel Diary So excited!! I've booked my flights and have an itinerary!!! Leaving on the 30 June, I arrive at Italy at 1:20, on Wednesday 1st July. Australia is 7:30 hours in front of the Italian clock so it will be approximately 9:00pm in Australia. Still not to late to call home and let them know I got there ...
... and I was very happy with this one. It was super nice with two bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, a nice bathroom with a big shower, a patio, a full size couch and wood floors. It was the first time our accommodations have been nice enough to make us want to stay in the room and relax, so we took advantage and avoided the worst part of the heat wave that was hitting Adelaide.
(Part of spending time in the apartment was eating in our full ...
We woke up to a very warm sunny morning so we decided to head up to Mounty Lofty Summit for a morning coffee. We remembered the views here were spectacular from our previous visit and we were not disappointed. On the way back we decided to drop in to Stirling, mainly because there is also a Stirling in Scotland! It was a real find as they had laneway markets in full swing and the town was buzzing. After wandering the markets and picking up a ...
... of dirt roads over the whitish clayey underground that produces the worst dust imaginable. Forget about the red dust of north, this is worse!!
We leave Angorichina and head west through the Parachilna Gorge. One stop along the way for a geocache, and we reach the final 10km straight out of the ranges to Parachilna and the Prairie Hotel. The weather is so clear, that once on the flat and straight road, Parachilna is very visible and looks only a km or so away. ...
... B was picked up by Lisa and taken out for dinner (San Giorgio - yay!!!!!!!). Then they drove to have a look at the new Krispy Kreme in Adelaide, which was absolutely packed, and then out for coffee and cake on Prospect Road.
Saturday morning B was up bright and early to help organise Adrian's birthday, while G had a sleep in, and pretty much did nothing.
By midday, B and G were both at K & A's ready to help Adrian celebrate his 60th in ...