Crowne Plaza Adelaide
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... then our own beds.
Total Kilometres - 11,672 driveway to driveway
21 visits to a petrol station
35 paid accommodation stays – 2 free accommodation stays
Damage/Losses - camper broken shocker mount, chipped windscreen
and Sat Nav/CD/Radio in car seizing up and not cooperating.
The trip was really good, but the Kimberley was better. It was cool being the most Northerly person in Australia ...
... to oz.
I arrived in oz still in my shorts, tshirt and thongs to a balmy 10deg or so. Oh well it was good to be back and the beard could finally come off, no more yeti.
The trip had been amazing, we saw so much stuff, meet some great people and Kate and I hadn't killed each other. Its now time to get back to work and start sorting through my 3000+ ...
... of the clan to turn up.
So about 6 o'clock John and Debbie turned up with a bottle of scotch and a bottle of bourbon in hand and not long after, Michael came round with his girlfriend Di and a bottle of pink champagne. This gives you a good idea of how the rest of the night went. Great food expertly bbq'd by genuine Aussie hands, a wonderful catch up with family, world cup pool contest and plenty of alcohol. A perfect night by anyone's standards I would ...
... They said as long as they could get the parts it would be a couple days work but had to take the car back the following day to meet with the assessor. We spent the afternoon walking along the River Torrens Linear Park Trail which our caravan park backed onto. The River Torrens linear Park trail at 33.5km is Australia's longest hill-to-coast path. The trail follows the River Torrens from Athelstone in Adelaide's north-eastern foothills, through the Adelaide CBD, to ...
... Arriving at the Port Wakefield turn off a comfort break and warmer gloves were in order. I decided to adjust my throttle rocker which fell off into the road. Running back to get it the first car behind me missed it but the second ran over it! "Bugger" ... I picked up the pieces but it was not repairable. Unfortunately I recall Dusty & Dave saying there were be no more motorbike shops on my planned route, a text to Dave conformed this fact. Leading up to Wallaroo the ...