Grand Chifley Adelaide
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... dropped of at the Hilton and got a taxi to the hostel. Dropped our stuff in the room. There were people in the other rooms, was a bit strange. We were both hungry, so headed to Hungry Jacks, got a burger and drink, was filling!
As we left we found it was raining, wasn’t too bad as it was still so hot outside, though it did make the paths very slippy!
Got back to the hostel and had showers then watched some stuff on my mac and went to ...
... lunch out of the back of the car, fresh sarnies which were delightful and then fresh oysters and prawns with tabasco and lemon! We then went over to the remarkable rocks before going over to a really quiet and beautiful beach for the end of the day, we had a dip in the freezing cold sea while Kath and Ian did some fishing (with no luck). We returned to the motel for a dinner of fish and chips and more wine! The next day was our final day so we went to a beach you could ...
... Had coffee and scones in Herbees Café then off to Robe, to begin our Great Ocean Road trip, Robe was beautiful with a gorgeous beach and jetty. Arrived at Mount Gambia our next stop over, OMG what a motel situated near the town centre but next door to a supported lodging, which, didn’t look good. Straight out for a salad and a couple of wines at the Mount Gambia Hotel before going back to our motel and barking dogs!!! The bargain price of ...
... needed mobile internet to answer and contact hosts regularly. We didn't really need a phone connection and the amount of times we stopped to either house sit or stay with a exchange host we knew we would have access to their internet for stuff like skyping family. Our mobile connection at the time with Virgin cost $20 a month for 1gb with no overuse charges, we rarely ran out of data and just had to check when we would have a signal, which was usually in every medium sized town.
... br> 30th August
Up we get to the smell of bacon and eggs...so of course we too had to have some for breeky. That done we decide to head out in the pig to check out the sites of Adelaide and her surrounding beaches.
All I can say is WOW...what a beautiful city ! Easy to get around, large streets dripping with history and lined with grand old stone buildings and churches. Beautiful architecture and I now understand why the city is called the ...