Grand Chifley Adelaide
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... fly so they had to retrieve the luggage from the hold. Second time was a previous passenger thought they left their passport on the plane so we all had to check the seat pockets for it.
Once we did depart, it was a smooth flight back to Adelaide and back to reality. Thankfully Monday is a public holiday so we can "recover" before returning to work!
... like the others grabbed your hand to lower it so it was easier for them to eat the pellets. I know they would have won an arm wrestle with me, but maybe not with you.
And I also learned there are over 30 million kangaroos in Australia. There are only about 23 million people living in the country. So there are more kangaroos here than people. That's a lot of kangaroos.
I have put in lots of photos of us ...
... elevators that work when the shafts are swaying back and forth, lurching up and down, and trying to twist.
7. Lots of activities. Last night we watched some glass-blowing.
8. The specialty restaurants are better than the dining room, and the dining room is better than the buffet, and the buffet is very good. Best food we’ve had on a cruise.
First off – we are nowhere near the cyclones.
... there was little scent as we were too near the middle of the day. Ayers house is an Australian National Trust property built for Henry Ayers, he whom the rock was named after. Ayers, one of the first settlers, South Australia was settled very differently to the other colonies: no convicts, highly selected immigrants, rigorous town planning, built the property in the manner of an English gentleman. It was all very Victorian with very little indication ...
... was sooooo happy. So all that worrying and crying was really over nothing, well one missed flight okay. I did then have to run through the airport to board the flight, but the fact I didn't have to buy any more I was so relived.
I made it home to Syds where I packed all my stuff up and Charlie left work early to spend time with me before we set off for the airport. I was dreading saying goodbye to him as I knew it was going to be hard, as realisticly will I ...