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... the waters along the coast for sharks and sounds the alarm if they see one and it's everyone out of the water up and down the coast. Tonight we repack our bags perhaps just a little bit lighter as I have dumped a few items as we have gone, some intentionally others not so intentionally..... . An excellent Thai meal in Chinatown again. Tomorrow Kangaroo Island. Thank you Cathy and Mark for a wonderful ...
... We tried to go for supper in our hotel but found the sky lounge was fully booked. So feeling that 10 minutes out of our room was satisfactory for the day we returned to room 409 and ordered room service. Yes...it was a very lazy day. We finished our day watching "Gone Girl" on the iPad knowing that the next morning we would be waking early for our wild dolphin adventure aboard a ...
... had grown up in. Back in the early 80's Mark and Gitti had bought the house from Mark's folks, photos show a very very very old farm house, one of the original homes in Adelaide about 1880's or 1890's. Time had not worn well on the house. "Renovator" would be the summation of a real estate blub when Mark and Gitti first bought the home. What they have done to the house is nothing short of amazing. It is beautiful in every way.
... a diner at the airport to get some greasy **** food. Arrived in Vancouver and finally got to our hotel, the drive from the airport was good, the city is so pretty, it's so clean and the architecture is interesting, apparently the average house price is around 1.2 million. First day the boys did some training whilst the parents did touristy things, so hit the shops and checked out the mall. We met up with the boys for lunch, then we all went for ...
After leaving Kingston with a visit to the BIG lobster (AKA crayfish) we followed the coastline towards Adelaide. Lunch at Tailem Bend was followed by a visit to Handorf and the Beerenberg shop. The caravan was about 10kg heavier with sauces after that. The weather was still wet and windy with winds giving us a buffet around. Loooong hill down into Adelaide where we settled for a ...