BreakFree Director's Studios
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... and the fact I slept through most of the days, I was bummed to be leaving. The train is cool. We got a cab into town and found our hotel without any trouble. We were only a few blocks away off North Terrace from the hotel we stayed at the last time we were here, so it was nice to have our bearings already. It was a good thing too, because we had several hours to kill before our room was ready and we needed to find something to do. We dropped off our bags and went ...
... for longer walking. The Bunyeroo Gorge, like the Brachina Gorge cuts its way through the various layers of deposit. Another lot of signs is put up explaining the various rock types and periods, as well as pointing out where the fossils can be seen. Although a bit of a repeat from the drive trail, walking it gives the opportunity at some points to see things a bit closer and in more detail. Thanks to sturdy hiking boots, a walking pole and careful foot placement, ...
... The van was in good condition when we set off so we were lucky nothing went wrong, on the road we did take out fully comp insurance ($300) and had to buy a new set of tyres ($800), that was the major expense along with renewed registration/road tax ($700), all those expenses are included in the $12,000.
Off the top of my head that was the major spending and saving strategy of our journey, the amount spent was a running total and while I didn't really break down costs ...
... leg room.
When we arrive it is mid afternoon, but it has been almost 24 hours since we left Adelaide, very tired.
We arrive at our 3 star hotel, shower and then begin to explore and eventually have tea. We get back to our rooms just after 7 pm and retire for the night, a polite way to say that we crashed.
Next morning, before being collected for the transfer to the port of Civetavecchia, we decide ...
... br> One gadget I did finally get was a book reader, after agonising for months weather it would be a luxury purchase I finally convinced myself it would be space saving and well used. I went for a kobo touch and after loading it with books find it very comfortable and easy to use, I think it was a good choice, finally.
The world cup is about to end and that will signal the end of our house sitting gig here in Crafers with Nero and Zabbie, we will be heading to ...