Clarion Hotel Soho
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We had a day in Adelaide between the Outback tour and the Great Ocean Road tour from Adelaide to Melbourne. As you would expect after waking up very early for over a week we started the day off by sleeping in until almost 10 am. Then we were off to explore the city. We started exploring by jumping on the free bus that runs around the city - yes the free bus. After riding around ...
... all it was a good afternoon and we enjoyed what we saw of Adelaide as we drove back down North Terrace and Anzac Avenue and back to Glenelg. While Mum had a rest Paul and I went for a walk to the supermarket to get a few breakfast supplies. We went along the Glenelg Esplanade and into Jetty Road. There were lots of hotels and apartments, and further along a Ferris wheel and a big fun park with an old-fashioned carousel. An ice-skating rink had been set up and ...
... city itself being difficult to see through the fog, the surrounding regions and coastlines were great to see from the lookout.
After our bus ride in Perth, the kids were keen to do another bus ride in the city. So we spent around 45 minutes taking a bus ride around the CBD and northern suburbs, passing by Torrens River along the way. We loved the architecture of the old buildings and the well planned city streets. It would have been great to ...
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 ...
In 2013 I was Director at Roxby Downs Kindergarten and was nominated for the Preschool/School Leader of the Year in the SA Public Teaching Awards. Not only was I completely surprised by being nominated, but absolutely thrilled and humbled when I won the award. I know how hard school and preschool leaders throughout SA work, so I saw the award as a recognition of all that collective effort. Being the first early childhood leader ...