Lakes Resort Hotel
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... a thriving nightlife, and being Friday the town was in full swing. We walked thru the mall past several restaurants and nightclubs, stopping here and there to grab a gelato and watch the buskers perform. It was fun and entertaining and the air was the perfect temperature to be outside at night. It was fairly late (for us) by the time we got home, so we were ready for bed. We confirmed our Barossa trip with the front desk dude for the next day, set the alarm and hit the ...
... their accents, as we make our way down. It is quite confrontational seeing these 20 year olds, scarcely dressed with their young, fit and skinny bodies. Looking at us fiftiers we have to take so much more care of our bones, tendons and muscles. We look fat even when we are not, in comparison. Ah well, once we were young too….
When we reach the bottom again, and the resort that is, we drop in to the restaurant for a coffee and some well deserved ice ...
... 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, ...
... that there's no central heating in their homes for the winters.
You'll be happy to hear I've got more to talk about than the weather. I've been exploring around the city while looking at potential houses. I’m moving in with the other girls from Leeds Uni who have come over to Adelaide. They do different courses to me and I’ve just met some of them for the first time but they seem like nice girls. We’re in a rush ...
... with all of the bells and whistles!! It's easy to see why these towns are popular holiday destinations for families!!! Glenelg was another beautiful seaside town rich in history.
We spent our last day in Adelaide having a much needed rest day after being so busy for the last few days. After a day of playing games in the caravan and spending some time on the beach in the afternoon we felt refreshed and ready to continue our journey to Mount ...