BEST WESTERN Ensenada Motor Inn
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... gave us the opportunity to top up on Nespreso coffee pods and purchase a new iPhone. (Thank you Dean for giving me the new one and taking my hand-me down). The Rundell Mall was full of talented buskers entertaining the shoppers and making the expedition more tolerable for my male companion. Unfortunately the trip home was delayed by missing the correct bus but it gave us time to play on our new phones (until the batteries went flat).
... 8220;What do you mean you must have left your wallet in the car? Didn’t I tell you to make sure you had everything?” Fortunately, the line is moving slow enough for our most senior member to dash back to the car park and return with the offending item. “Did you remember to relock the car?” “Yess dear.”
Now we’re in Adelaide. We have found the car hire ...
Ken took rental car back, and has tried to get upgrade / bigger car for when we go to Sydney then Blue Mountains, as there will be so much luggage with Claire and Mike. They couldn't promise as busy time. Then went on our tour to Barossa valley. Saw lots of Kangaroos, red and green parrots, cockatoos, emus, and a brief glimpse of a koala in a gum tree. Wine tasting at Jacobs Creek, and ...
... The Riesling Trail ended at a lovely town called Auburn, and we'd been reliably informed that the Clare Valley Brewing Company there did great beers and served sampler paddles of four beers. Again, it would have been rude not to. Thankfully the route from Auburn to our campsite at Riverton was on another off-road trail, meaning that we didn't have to worry about cars and trucks, or cycling on a public highway whilst intoxicated. Rolling into camp at 4pm made it my ...
... The museum is run by volunteers, so as expected he was super nerdy about trains and really friendly so we spent a good while just shooting the breeze.
The museum was really great, and chock full of all kinds of memorabilia and a shitload of trains. There are actually three large barns that make up the museum, and each of them was full of trains from every era. The history of the GSR is really the history of Australia; being such a huge country with so many remote ...