Majestic Minima Hotel
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... stop was breakfast. They used all local produce and the toast we got with our breakfast was the thickest slice of toast we have ever seen, but absolutely delicious. We had also read about a bakery that is famous for its vanilla slices and so of course we had to get one to have for later. With pretty full bellies we then headed to Maggie Beers Farm Shop. This was Christmas come early (or pretty much right at the right time actually) with christmas puddings, ...
... 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 ...
Now the only let down of the library was that the cafe was not open! So no cake for me, but I coped.
After a lovely day at the library, and a nice packed lunch by the the most ornate war memorial I have ever seen (you could stand inside it) i wandered back to the hostel for some tea. I moved into my dorm room and had an nice early night.
... within the line on the road. We stayed the first night at a free parking area we found after looking around for one on the Murray at Renmark but it was too boggy and was threatening more rain so we found the second location. Had dinner at the local Hotel and crashed by 8.30, both of slept well the first time in the van, probably from sheer exhaustion and stress. Woke at 5.30 today, breakfast and on the road by 7am heading for Lake Talbot on the outskirts of ...
We have only three days before we fly out. Our packing has been done. We have had an upgrade to business class, this came about in a way we were not expecting. John received an email asking if he would like to bid for an upgrade. After a little discussion he decided to do bid and bid the lowest amount. I honestly did. It expect to get the upgrade but low and behold we did. John then grizzled about spending the extra $1000 which I wish he wouldn't as he decided to do it. ...