Largs Pier Hotel - Motel
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Thought for the day from Steve Stevens, a musical comedian that performed on the Serenity. "Laughter is the best medicine . . . unless you have diabetes. Then insulin is pretty good."
Adelaide is a fun little town, although not that little with a population of 1.3 million. The Crystal shuttle bus dropped us off at Rundle Mall. Similar to 3rd Street in Santa Monica, it's several walk-streets lined with ...
... to find the scenery surrounding the reserve to be stunning! We would later realise we were up in the Adelaide Hills in the Barrosa Valley, a must visit area on the outskirts of Adelaide.
So as it happens, we were already driving through the valley of wineries and farmland on our way to the city centre passing many signs on the way advertising wine tasting of Shiraz and Sauvignon’s but thought better of ...
... driving a right hand drive Jaguar, and got 'flashed’. Two weeks later the ticket came in the mail €10; so he asked for a photo. They only take a picture of the left hand side of the car. No driver. No steering wheel. He didn’t pay.
Well, it’s back to smelling like an expensive tart again. I ran out of the manly shampoo (Cleanse!) the room steward brought. It was probably good for removing tar from tire rims ...
... the disparity between occupier and incumbent was so great and it continues at a time when we feel more guilty about such matters. Who cares now that the wicked Saxons came and pillaged us Celts 2000 years ago? As we leave Adelaide its Fringe Festival is starting; we just popped down to watch the opening parade. After the Fringe is the Arts Festival, followed by WOMAD. A modest city surrounded by twenty something parks I can not think why people mock it. We loved ...
... shop promoting the deals they had on (in the same way a butcher in a market would try to sell his meat); the different abbreviations (Aussies abbreviate everything) - it's all about 'Utes' in Australia - utility vehicles - not vans; the bravado culture (but nobody actually drinks imperial 568ml pints). I could go on but you'd have to get to Australia to see the differences for yourself.