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... they were all squashed. I tried to get a couple of hours kip around 5ish, but the stress and anxiety wouldn't let me rest. Instead I got my **** out of bed and caught a 6.30 bus to the train station and got the bus in to Adelaide, arriving at about 8.30am.
I forced a Hungry Jack's breakfast down me and went across the road to the British consulate office to discuss visas and emergency help and stuff, only to find that he'd moved to Canberra a few weeks ago.
... so I can go back to bed. After a few more broken hours of sleep I make my arrangements and take to the city. Most people use Adelaide as a transport hub, a brief stop over or pick up point to start their outback tours from and I am no exception. I have come here with no real plans except to get out as quickly as possible. So, I have no expectations of Adelaide and as I wander the ...
... miss my bar kids who have kept me sane, especially in the last few weeks.
I'm writing this blog entry to try and keep myself calm and the excitement a bit contained. It's going to be a long day otherwise! I thought I would have been super excited after working my last shift on Thursday, but it really hasn't kicked in until now. I didn't even have to snooze my alarm this morning...not once! People who know me well, know that this is unheard ...
... suspension is not well serviced in WA so while I was so close I wanted to get his opinion. Walter had provided good service and advice for my other bike. It's fair to say that the rear shock is one if the known weaknesses of the XChallenge (G650X) and most owners change the air shock. Setting off from Dave's it was nice to be reunited with my bike and perhaps it was psychological but she seemed to be humming after the TLC the boys had given her while I was away. It ...
... to travel back to New Zealand via my son's on the Sunshine Coast, Christchurch where my sister and brother live, Nelson where my eldest son lives, Auckland where Mike's son and grandson live and finally driving back to Mount Maunganui where it all started.
It was a bitter sweet farewell, we loved our time in Australia and seeing our friends was such a major bonus after many years apart. See you again Aussie !!!
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