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... a nice long walk and generally feeling sorry for myself in my pathetic state of fitness. Saturday was the 4th birthday party of the century, starring our very own diva little miss Tayah Stribling. Sarah and Fletch did a great job turning the family lounge in to a disco for the kids, there was a lot of party food, sweets and home made trifle courtesy of auntie Marianne (it seems like regardless of where we are in the world, the extended Thorpe family always ...
... and a very pleasant statue honouring Dame Rona Mitchell an Australian lawyer, the first Australian woman to be a judge and state governor and a pioneer of the Australian women's rights movement. We visited the Museum of South Australia with its many aboriginal artifacts. At a local market we bought lamb cutlets and camel sausage. On one of the streets closed to automotive traffic there were fanciful full-sized sculptures of pigs, one of which ...
... as well, but I don't think the latter are very Australian.
The return leg took us through pretty Gorge Road which is a very narrow and winding road through a gorge of all things! It was one of my favourites when I had a motorcycle and there are still plenty of bikers about doing the same thing. From there it was a long drive back to Warradale, so we stopped in at McDonalds to cool off and grab an ice cream. I paid just 30 cents! You can still buy value in ...
... the lovely sunset. Pauline and I had salt & pepper calamari which is the best I have ever ever had soft, fleshy and oh so succulent, fab evening.
A huge thank you to my friend Pauline for making us so comfortable in her home and packing us up with food, drink (inc 2 bottles of wine & glasses), chairs, music, books for our long journey of 1050 miles to Taree in NSW to Malc's friends Terry and Paula. It has been fantastic to spend such precious time with ...
... which are meant to be very good. Isn’t that typical – what is it with me and missing the markets. And the one here in Goolwa
is open on Sunday – the day I will be leaving!
Oh well, saves me buying tat I really don’t need and will end of
spending a lot of money on posting home!
Perth cooled down thankfully whilst I was there, and it got quite chilly
in the evenings, even with a cardi on!
Now that I have ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center