Grand Chifley Adelaide
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... realized when we tried to check into the Grand Chifley by accident that we were actually in the 'poor cousin' a few doors down the block! (the elevator stops either too high or too low to wheel the luggage cart on & off, hhmmm?). However, the location was fine, a short walk to the free tram that whisks around the CBD, and we got complimentary parking and two free drinks each day (needed ...
... down it all looked very pretty. We were thinking the campsite would be amazing but turned out it was just a car park by the memorial hall. It offered free power too but they were just regular plugs rather than the slightly larger one our campervan uses. However we would glad the day was over and I generally fined dined this even. Ok it was beans on toast again but I added one of my many flavoured tunas to the dish. Mexican styled tuna is a ...
... am really enjoying this wedding!!'
Joking aside, the wedding was great and finished in the early evening which allowed us to head in to the West end of town for a few more drinks and also to give me the chance to redeem myself on the Pool table which I am pleased to say I held my own.
The drinking was relentless and the next day we headed out with me Uncle Iain to celebrate his 71st birthday. This was a more relaxed ...
... to spend within the airport. That gave us something to do for the three hours waiting time :)
We boarded our flight just before midnight and flew through the night, landing in Adelaide at 9.15am. Overnight flights are pretty awful, with us only getting around 1/2 hour sleep all night.
It was great the see the kids again and to head home to share our stories of our Thai Adventure with them.
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... walked over to say hello (but not in an annoying little girl way!)
Oh my god, he was GORGEOUS! His mane and forelock was super long which blew beautifully in the wind revealing his kind eyes. We instantly hit it off and after 20 minutes of making a fuss of them both, Paulie had to drag me away reminding me that our next stop would also involve horses too – yippy!
So on we went and within the ...