Lakes Resort Hotel
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The continental breakfast in the hotel was quiet as the French group did not wish to communicate with us. The bus took us to the airport and we boarded the plane to Adelaide to travel over 2000 km (1300 miles) from the north east corner of the continent to the south, over massive tracts of arid land, salt pans, red soil, huge farms and enormous dried up wandering rivers; areas that were mostly uninhabited. By car it would have ...
... So we left quite annoyed and frustrated. It didn't help that I was over 36 degrees. We started our drive back to the caravan park.
What a long day. We were all exhausted.
Anyway, we now have to wait around in Adelaide till Thursday morning to get the car fixed and try and sort out the bike.
We stayed in the caravan park Monday and relaxed but that was about it. The car went in for its warranty job on Tuesday and we picked ...
... it off as she couldn't raise him. I thought maybe we could catch him tomorrow, but unfortunately they were going to be attending a funeral and wouldn't be available until after their guests left on Monday. Unfortunately we would want to be well an truly on our way to Mount Gambier by then so we won't be able to talk to him. You're probably wondering why I didn't contact these people long before we came over, well I tried to find some info from the Kangarilla historic group ...
... of many along this coast) from where you could see miles out to sea.
This part of the coast is called the shipwreck coast for obvious reasons.
On the road out to Cape Otway we saw yet more koala bears (you will have noticed that we haven't mentioned kangaroos yet!)
We decided to stop in Princetown for lunch - just as well we had picked up a sandwich on the way - Princetown is one small road consisting of 2 general stores and nothing else but we managed ...
G'day mates from down under! The land of the Kangaroos and wallabies hopping around (or as road kill lying along side of it), Koalas hanging around, Ekidnas wiggling around, the country with the most animals that can kill you but are so small you could step on them (this song sums it up http://youtu.be/eNEeq5qGh8I), the world famous opera house, didgeridoos, boomerangs, the good surf and ever flowing cold beer. But to me it is also the country of FREE and clean toilets WITH toilet paper ...
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