Grand Chifley Adelaide
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... materials were built on another gauge! It was a huge impediment to linking all of the services, and several areas of track in the country still use old trains running on old gauges. In the museum yard, which is also true across much of the country apparently, there are three rails running across the ties, to enable different trains to travel the same routes. We saw trains from every era of the GSR, from the massive steam trains running on the wide gauges, to ...
... away forming vertical bluffs. It is like an immense fortress with the battlements pointing outward. Mount Ohlssen Bagge is one of the peaks on the rim of the pound, not the highest. That is St. Mary’s Peak at well over 1100m. But that is a 21km walk, beyond the abilities of my wobbly knees, not to mention Helen’s temporarily hurt foot. Mt Ohlssen is enough of a challenge at 6.5km and over 400m rise.
It is a beaut of a walk. It starts with ...
... effect the top eight. Its been an emotional few weeks as the crows have let go of a good position with some frustrating performances. They actually made us care about a sport that we were indifferent about, and now they seem to have let us down we feel a little used.
When I reflect back on Australian Footy I don’t think I will ever appreciate fully a game that seems to rely on a huge amount of luck. I think along with the world cup we are now ...
Well we only have 35 more days until we leave on our overseas trip. So looking forward to it. Today I got some new cloths to pack to take away. Just need a few new casual pants but will have to wait until my next pay day. So wish I could get over this cold quickly it seems to linger for ages, 11 days now, just want it ...
... city itself being difficult to see through the fog, the surrounding regions and coastlines were great to see from the lookout.
After our bus ride in Perth, the kids were keen to do another bus ride in the city. So we spent around 45 minutes taking a bus ride around the CBD and northern suburbs, passing by Torrens River along the way. We loved the architecture of the old buildings and the well planned city streets. It would have been great to ...