Flinders Lodge

Address: 27 Dequetteville Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, 5067, Australia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Mar 07, 2015

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... large portion of it from the Barossa Valley. We drove into the very impressive Jacob's Creek Vineyard which is one of the largest in the area. We could have taken the walking trail down to the cottage where William, John and Ann Jacob settled on arrival in the Barossa Valley in 1840. Everyone can be glad the Jacobs and their fellow German settlers persevered and through trial and error established the flourishing wine industry of the Barossa Valley.

Now I ...

Roadtrip Adelaide - Perth

A travel blog entry by stephaniemuijs on Feb 26, 2015

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... of dead animals (kangaroo’s, possums, foxes, wallaby’s)
- Also animals who weren’t dead. The ones I called above including scorpions, snakes, big spiders and parrots.
- Us almost hitting kangaroo’s (and snakes) on the road.
- Big forests burned down (because of the high risk bush fires during summertime).
- Most amazing sunsets and beaches. <3
- Me washing myself in the ocean.
- Dolphines swimming in front of the beach we were ...

Day 12 & 13

A travel blog entry by schnuggzontour on Feb 21, 2015

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... Rundell Street Mall, and checked out all the little spots around town. Adelaide has heaps of little bars and cafes down laneways, as well as heaps of pop up places - very cool little place.

On Sa**************ed to Glenelg to check that out. It was hot again, so we wandered around the place a bit, before stopping in for a drink and some lunch at the Sunset Bar on the Marina Pier. We had a great view and outlook of the beach - and were more ...

Road trip

A travel blog entry by lorrainemorris on Feb 10, 2015

... 4 which we quadrupled In numbers. Slept in the swag again which was hot but the stars were stunning shame I don't have Ben and his camera! Today we came to the Opal capital of Australia Coober Pedy where we will sleep in an underground bunker as all the locals live under ground as its too hot to camp or live outside. Seen the longest fence in the world. We unfortunately managed to hit ...

Will I be leaving Aus ?!!

A travel blog entry by sophieackland on Feb 03, 2015


... your brain isn't working properly either. I suppose it didn't help that I was in my pjs, hair in a birds nest on my head and my face is red and blotchy. The cab man then brings over my luggage and tells me I'll be in safe hands - really?!

The lady rings the airline the find out re another flight but tells me next one out would mean I would miss my Adelaide one, which then means I would miss my Syd - NZ as luggage back at flat situ. She says to ask the other ...