Lakes Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... And I forgot we saw an animal called an Echidnas...it looks like a porcupine. The birds and animals in Australia are very different from the ones we have in Canada.
We stopped at the Wildlife Park gift store and got you a book on the animals of Australia. Even before that we washed our hands really well after feeding and petting the animals.
Miss you. Love you Paige, Charlie and Reggie. See you soon
Although we had decided over a week ago that we would make the 1,000 km diversion to Adelaide because we were ahead of schedule and...Well frankly, why not, it was still strange to finally arrive at the dot on the map that was so far from anything!
After our long drive the day before and a fitful night's sleep in a reserve full of gum trees precariously swaying above the van in strong winds all night, we ...
... takes pains to mention the local casino.
Australia is losing it’s automotive industry in the next 2 years (our Melbourne guide mentioned this too). They just don’t produce enough.
Women had the vote first (in the world) in New Zealand, then in Wyoming, and third in Adelaide.
They have photo radar here. A basic ticket is $250, and comes with demerits! Our guide told us about the time he was ...
... clash with the travelled Europeans with ideas of land ownership and assimilation is still reverberating today. We expect immigrants to Europe to adapt to our mores and culture, perhaps reasonably so, but we also seemed to expect people that we colonised and subjugated to adapt to our mores and culture. Land has been occupied and the indigenous people subjugated by dominant tribes since the dawn of time. What makes the Aborigine case so jarring is it is ...
DAYS 15 & 16
Day 15 we spent walking down the beach at Port Noarlunga. The tide was out and it was a beautiful day so it was a great day to see out to sea.
Day 16 we went to the local mall and shopping. It's quite funny because a lot of the things are the same in Australia as in the UK, but you notice a lot of little differences. A woman outside ...