BEST WESTERN Ensenada Motor Inn
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... the price at the nearby booth and thought an eight dollar , ninety minute cruise would be ace.
Alas, I was directed to another nearby vessel much less unique. But I still enjoyed the gentle cruise spying various ships, power stations and other industrial sights.
On the return train trip, I suddenly realised the Showdown was actually a 3.40 start!!!!! doh!
I still wandered down to the heaving Adelaide Oval where the game had only ...
... the Airport, I am travelling as light as possble with a light soft bag on wheels. I have smaller bags with zips to put clothes in to separate them out. A backpack containing my computer and personal things completes my luggage. Here is a picture of my packing.
I will be away for 7 weeks in all and visiting 7 countries!! Come and join me on my adventures!! What's with all the "7's"??
... Sam went swimming in the afternoon while we soaked up the 28 degree rays. All this sunshine has made us extremely tired however, and we have an early start tomorrow so we are heading to bed to stack some z's. We will of course keep you updated throughout the day tomorrow as we make our way back to New Zealand. Stay tuned and stay excellent. ...
... relaxing piano music! My swimwear trip was successful and for the first time ever I enjoyed the experience! I was served by a fab lady who looked after me very well. The only problem was that I had to buy 2 bikinis as I couldn't chose between them! Hmmm... Packing my bags is going to get interesting. I returned to the beach with some cold drinks and soon we were back on the road. We left Alma at Adelaide airport after a bit of confusion as we hadn't been given details ...
... folks head indoors – we stay outside for a while longer, until it gets dark and we end up getting very close to some of the roos – within a couple of metres. We head in and find that Scotty has lit the log burner which warms things up nicely – the group chats for a while before we head to bed.
There’s a bit of a lie-in the next day – we’re not up until quarter to seven! We enjoy breakfast then pack up and head out. First stop ...