BEST WESTERN Ensenada Motor Inn
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... about 3:30 hours trying to find a hire car to book. We were about to book a Wickid old cheap car (though we didn't want too as their cars are horrendous!), but then I did a quick search on cheapacampers and found a car through Apollo, who were using Hertz. Was a good price and looked to cover everything so we booked it.
We decided we should probably have tea, so headed to Woolworths, we got a bit lost and ended up and the ...
... However Coober Pedy is worth a stop. It’s so hot here in summer that most of the citizens live in underground houses. There are opal mines outside the city so the highway is lined by hundreds of small sand pyramids. And for all Star Wars fans: there is even a Star Wars Vessel in the city!
From Port Augusta we went straight on to the Flinders Ranges. We reached the ranges at sunset, so that the landscape was lightened up in different shades of brown (I found that ...
... one because Mick Jaggers girlfriend died in New York a few months ago so they have rescheduled for this last weekend - between the two days it woke little Adelaide up big time.
Well the two weeks is going fast now. We will be off to Sydney bush tomorrow to stay at Kymmies' new place so excited to be doing that. Bobbie has lined up two days of golf with Keith so we have lots of chatting time our in the country. We are of course missing out boys but photos keep coming thru every few ...
... creeks every now and then. The lower end of the trunks are distinctly cone shaped being up to 4m diameter at the ground level, and about 1m across some 3m up from where a normal trunck continues. One can see the floodwaters carrying all sorts of flotsam bearing down on these trees. They need to be built like a buttress to be able to resist being pushed over. Even younger trees appear to quickly develop this huge and heavy foundation to ensure survival.
... m the one people want to talk to when we go out and I abhor sharing the limelight, but since I'm such an awesome boy, I decided to let her tag along. So after Mum made sure that Michael had all his gear and then checking with him again just in case, Michael put my collar and leash on way too early, I swear to God he does it on purpose just to tease me. Mum took me outside and had to fix my collar because Michael never puts it on right, we hopped in the car ...