Comfort Hotel Highlander
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Gilles Plains
... torquise water of the gulf along the edges, and we knew we were going to like this place.
We found the park located beautifully not too far from the city, right near the train line (but not close enough to hear its roar!), and right on a beautiful beach. We settled into the last site available (its a long weekend here this weekend), and set up in record time so we could take a short drive to explore.
We drove north along the beaches (some ...
... cram in up front and fight for locker space. Lots of room in the back plus no toilet queues
Selection of inflight films and music was a dismal as Qantas so a case of Kindle & Ipod for amusements. Asian airlines have this aspect sown up.
Highlight of the trip over was a pair of bogan shoes in Sydney airport for sale.
We had checked luggage anyway so no great rush upon arrival in LAX and we knew that we were not supposed to check in until the ...
Spent the morning visiting a few wineries in Maclaren Vale. Didn't visit as many as we had hoped as it got quite busy very quickly. Everyone out doing their last minute shopping. Followed the coast to Adelaide which was an easy drive. This is our last couple of days with the motorhome and we're in a huge campground on West Beach; the wind is howling but it's blown all the clouds away and we're snug in our camper. We'll try to get to the Adelaide ...
... of the hills they are green whereas on the other side they were brown, yellow, golden. Now it is not so that the hills here are high enough to break rain clouds or in anyway influence climate, but somehow here it does now. It seems to have received some rain in the not too distant past on this side of the hill, and not on the other. Strange. Just a little way further and we reach Arkaroola village. Given the forecast of freezing nights and Helen’s walking ...
... at that time there is helpful staff at the station to show tourists the way and put anxious travelers at ease. Guess what, I am not the only grey that has figured this out. Most other travelers are my age. Maybe 20% are younger backpackers,among them I recognise more European accents, while the older ones highly likely are from Australia or NZ. While doing the tours I already noticed that there are quite a few Ozzies exploring their own country. I don't know if many ...