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We have an early start at 5:45 and get showered up and leave about 7:30. We go through Port Augusta and then stop off en-route at the Woomera weapons development town. Used by the Australian and UK government to develop their nuclear bomb capability after WWII under the instruction of the US who were ahead with their development (and helped in the war). We have lunch at Glendambo which is basically just ...
... and friendships that he remembered because it was too emotional to think of all the bad things he had gone through and friends he had lost. He said "I try to do this job with a smile on my face, and in my heart. And I think, at least I don't have to deal with dead bodies in the morgue!"
Once we finished the prison tour we had a 'short walk to freedom' back to the ferry. They ask that everyone walk quietly and reflect on what ...
... a spent youth.)
After almost three and a half months on the road, we are about three days ahead of schedule, so we will deviate from our planned route down to Victor Harbour, The Coorong, Kingston S.E., Robe, Millicent and Mount Gambier before crossing the border into our home state. We expect to be home on 21 August, or a day or so either side.
Unfortunately for those who are sick of our blogs, there are still a few more to come.
... are held by Adelaide zoo and Flinders university, but once reared, these penguins are not allowed into the wild. I'd definitely recommend visiting the penguins, and if you can then do night time excursion with the sanctuary to see them in the wild. Penguins spend dawn-dusk in the water traveling up to 50km from their burrows, and then they return at night time.
We then walked the 3km circumference of the island. It was such a sunny ...
... of us in total plus 3 toddlers who were very entertaining. Everyone was very welcoming and my nerves quickly went away. They were interested to hear about my elective and what other fun things I have planned in East Africa. It was great to hear their stories and laugh along with them over certain bosses and common medical angst's. All in all a great evening, and I once again thank the lovely host and hostess for welcoming me into their house! ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking