East End Astoria

Address: 33 Vardon Avenue, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000, Australia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Adelaide

Flinders Ranges

A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 61 photos

... holes (peg and hammers) and blasted the tunnels with black powder as Nobel had not yet invented dynamite. The black powder was notoriously unreliable, well the fuses that is, not the powder, and many a shot went awry killing miners. The miners and their families lived in rather poor condition. Just imagine a family coming from Cornwall being delivered in this section of the outback where there is no water available, and summer temperatures sometimes hit 50 ...

Australia this is the end

A travel blog entry by piholland on Aug 30, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... a very European based country now with a healthy hint of Asia thrown in. The cultural diversity from migrants from all over the world is what makes it such an interesting place to live and the added space give less tolerant people room to be nasty without bothering others as much so you don’t seem to get as much racial tension as busy European cities.

The only criticism as a nation is that black people don’t really seem to be visible anywhere, ...

At last the time has come

A travel blog entry by pjwilton on Aug 23, 2014


... to the Trevi Fountain.
After a few false starts, we finally arrive, but guess what, the fountain is being repaired!!! Everyone else has photos of the fantastic water cascade, we are some of the few who have a photo of the scaffolding!
We arrive at the port a prepare to board the MS Noordam for our 22 day cruise. If you have been patient you now know we are are cruise, and probably guessed that we ...

Second day

A travel blog entry by victorianatalie on Jul 12, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... typical trees here called Gumtrees. Apparently they do not need a lot of water which is perfect for the deserty-like climate in Aussie. Kelsey baked cupcakes for her team and brought some sliced oranges. After the game we went home and ordered Thai food at I Am Thai. It tasted amazing! We were all very hungry aswell. Just like Dutch people, Australians eat around 6pm. Afterwards had a quick skype session with my parents and brother who is ...

Asian Adventure

A travel blog entry by shazlking on May 23, 2014

8 comments, 1 photo

... say the least. Because there was such a small number of people on the plane, people seemed to be wandering all over the plane, and changing seats at will !!

We landed safely at KL, and I will add to ...