Links Lady Bay Resort
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Well it has been over two weeks since our last post. So much to tell, however I will try and keep it short.
1-3.Jan 15. After crossing the border into South Australia we arrived in Coober Pedy to a temperature of 44 degrees, welcome to South Australia. We spent two nights there, decided to to book a desert caves tour. The tour was ok however the airconditioning in the bus was not working, so very hot..The outside temperature reached into ...
Our trip begins with time out in Normanville, SA with a friend from Adelaide. We had to check out our 'spare' bed and seemingly it was comfy! Had a lovely time at this beach resort, although the weather wasn't quite good enough for swimming. There were magnificent ...
We have had a great few days with Sarah, John, Lachlan and Teagan. Their neighbours Lyn and Neil suggested that we could put the caravan in their front yard rather than pay for a caravan park. It meant that we were able to spend more time with the family than if we had parked six Kim's away. Lachie and Teagan attend Calvary Primary School which is attached to a Lutheran Church. We did the school ...
I had a brief peek in a couple of shops and bought an exquisite "kids book for adults" called It's Never Too Late, by Dallas Clayton who has been hailed as the new Dr Seuss. Then it was time for our pampering at the day spa. Wild Indigo was wonderfully warm and welcoming and we both left feeling extremely relaxed and rejuvenated. Would highly recommend a visit when you make your trip to The Fleurieu :)
More lazing around in ...
... the roads were still closed. We commented to the gentleman at the tourist information that we have not seen much wildlife so far. He suggested an area we should walk and to our delight we saw our first wild kangaroos, and quite a few different birds that we haven't seen before. Then onto Mt Gambier, it is famous for the Blue Lake, which has an amazing blue colour in summertime. There are ...