Majestic Minima Hotel
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... t see any, we saw 3 camels and a well endowed horse. The horses were used to pull the tram across to a small island. We grabbed some chips and went down to Port Elliot to spot some surfer talent. However, most of them were wearing full wetsuits because of the weather (spoil sports) but we were lucky enough to see a bare bum. On the evening after a home cooked meal, we showed Sue Dave and May our photos.
... get the ball rolling on the blog, and hopefully I'll have time to keep in pace with the day's activities.
Adelaide to Hong Kong, Hong Kong to New York
8 hours 5 hours 16 hours and it will still be 29th May!!
... before adding the ingredients. As I was cooking the pizza in a frying pan I rolled the dough out to fit the pan and placed the partially done pizza base and toppings on top of the trivet and then put the lid on top of the pan. Cook for 10-15 minutes on hot or full flame. Put whatever toppings you like. We just put some tomato paste on the bottom followed with mozzarella or pizza cheese mix, then the toppings and top with bbq ...
... name of the flag signal languague used in the maritime world) beach front and in the evening headed to the cinema. After a good nights sleep we got ourselves prepared for my first Aussie wedding.
The wedding of Sally and Andy, friends of Ali was held in the Belair National Park which offered stunning views of Adelaide and the surrounding coast line. As my Cousin said Adelaide is a well kept secret in Australia as people always ...
... very pleasant young Pakistani man who had flown in from Dubai to watch the cricket. He decided that while he was here he would explore Australia for a while, visiting Melbourne, Sydney and the Gold Coast. When I asked him how long he was here he replied 11 days! I didn’t have the heart to tell him that we had been exploring Australia for almost 10 months and were not close to seeing it all. The caravan park also filled up with cricket fans but sadly for ...