Links Lady Bay Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Morning We made the right choice. Thorn Park on the Island is very good. It is fully equipped, pleasantly decorated, has electric blankets on the beds and heaps of extra blankets so we won't freeze in the night. It is situated high on the hill above Penneshaw with views out across bushland and the town to the sea. Just beyond the garden fence is bushland full of birds and other wildlife. Last evening we bought takeaway fish and chips from Two ...
... the whites and had a lovely moscato which was rather sweet, however the server suggested it go with gin in a cocktail. We had to give it a go and so bought two bottles. The Reserve Cabernet was lovely, with a soft texture and a multitude of flavours, including sweet blackberry and spice. The rest of the reds weren't anything special in my opinion. Next on the list was Samuels Gorge – the ...
We are ready to resume our travels. Home issues have been attended to and Mary is minus one wisdom tooth.
First stop was about 50 kilometres south on the Fleurieu Peninsula at Normanville.
Around some 50 years ago Steve spent many week-ends and school holidays at the Normanville Jetty caravan park with his parents and siblings. Some years later we spent time here with our kids. As ...
... to Adelaide the van had further issues and we eventually arrived back at 8pm. Brian spent all night on the van, but unfortunately the gasket had blown meaning our road trip was off and alternative transport was needed.
We had a few beers to relax and a some common misconceptions were clarified - namely that Aussie's don't throw shrimps on the barbie, they don't watch Neighbours and they don't drink Fosters.
... s and I'm sure inside the bus was the same, hot air was coming through the vents and direct sun through the windows.. Our next stop was Woomera, the Caravan Park was an interesting experience. Strong winds from the desert rocked the caravan during the night. We had a quick look around town before leaving the next morning. We were last here in 2004, the town wasn't as deserted this time, there were signs of life. They have also improved ...