Franklin Central Apartments
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... sealed with a sticker warning that it is illegal to eat this food in the Mall. We caught a taxi back to the Hotel, had a nap then packed and watched some movies on TV. Our pick up is at 11pm with the flight at 2am. We are not looking forward to the 13 hour flight, but we are very happy to be heading home to see everyone after a wonderful ...
... my bed and my pillows....ohhhhh the pillows will be sorely missed. Goodbye squishees, I will be home soon <3
As hard as it is leaving everyone behind, I could not be any more keen to start this adventure of a lifetime with some of the people who are most important to me (that includes people already in Europe). It's time for me to learn who I am, without the pressures of work or uni, and let my hair down. Adios Adelaide, see you in 4 months!
... on the coast.
Day 3 After dropping the car back at smash repairs and picking up the hire car we again spent the afternoon walking the River Torrens this time going in the opposite direction.
Day 4 was spent in the van as it rain all day.
Day 5 Today we went for a drive into Port Adelaide and popular seaside Semaphore to check out the sites.
Day 6 Was washing day and hanging by the van. We played frizbee in the park with Harvey.
... headed for winery number 4. It was one of the first vineyards in the Barossa Valley and we sat at a table that was set on the edge of the vineyard. The harvest had just finished but all of the vines still had plenty of leaves. The 8 of us sat and chatted. One couple was almost at the end of their second year of touring Australia by caravan, another were physiotherapists on a conference in Adelaide ...
... kangaroos, koalas, and friendly wallabies.From there, we embark on a tour of Adelaide, a city of wonderful views enhanced by its setting between green hills and the waters of the Gulf of St. Vincent. Named for Queen Adelaide, the wife of the British King William IV, the city was settled around 1836 by free people and not by convicts—as was so much of Australia. Adelaide was one of the first planned cities of the time, designed by Colonel William Light in a neat ...
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