Mansions On Pulteney
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... actual life, just busloads of tourists picking over the bones of former glory". They do have a way with words.
So between me reading about South Australia, Adelaide and reporting Juanita's interest in Woolworths (and now I know why because within Woolworths is a store called BWS which does just that...sells beer, wine and spirits) we drove down the straight line toward Adelaide. We crossed the border into South Australia with ...
... walked over to say hello (but not in an annoying little girl way!)
Oh my god, he was GORGEOUS! His mane and forelock was super long which blew beautifully in the wind revealing his kind eyes. We instantly hit it off and after 20 minutes of making a fuss of them both, Paulie had to drag me away reminding me that our next stop would also involve horses too – yippy!
So on we went and within the ...
... I have better 'control' tomorrow / or less - given your perspective!! Update before posting.....yes it was hot yesterday (Sunday here) but I've been spiking fevers - so that restricted my activities!!!(on the mend now)...I hated missing out on that day to explore with leisure ( last train at midnite)..but common sense prevailed. So I was determined today to give myself the whirlwind DIY tour...and it was actual "fresh" ...
Australia Day is a day of national pride in Australia. 'It does exactly what it says on the tin' and is the official national day of Australia. It marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales.
Outdoor concerts, fireworks, sports, barbecues and of course beer are the way the Aussie's commemorate the day. It usually involves dressing up in the ...
... of Australia. While there were still large trees the landscape was dryer with more of a yellowy-green hue. Through the Adelaide hills we past the remains of the recent bush fires happy to hear that many of the large trees would survive the singing they had encountered. In a grassy patch we spotted a wild kangaroo munching the grass. That is all I saw as while the road to the Barossa Valley was scenic is was also very, very windy. Until we reached our ...