Mansions On Pulteney
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... out Macs and headed to the Apple Store. We got there and the guy took our Macs to see what he could do with the feet. It was supposed to cost e about $60 for one foot, which I wasn't going to pay, but he put a new foot on both Macs under Ari's AppleCare, which was good! We had to go off for an hour whilst he sorted them out. We went and got some shopping then picked the Macs up.
We went back to the hostel to have showers, food and work out how to get to Hazel's tomorrow.
Hello from fabulous Adelaide. We're a little overdue in providing an update, mostly because we're still revelling in the attractions of civilisation after four weeks of crossing the Outback, and writing about it was the last thing on our minds. We left off having ridden into Coober Pedy in 43 degree heat. Well, what a difference a day makes as we left there in a cloudy morning and got absolutely soaked by a mid-morning downpour making it a pretty chilly few hours on the bikes. ...
... Making the most of Jane's birthday we ordered crumbed, deep fried ice cream with a candle in. Anything for a freebie. As Uncle Bill discreetly paid for the meal we were being entertained by the waiter who used an abacus to do multiplication, so fast his fingers were a blur. We looked through the old family album and saw Jane's Dad on Blackpool beach as a young lad with, uncle Bob, uncle Bill and Aunt June. We saw the photos of the boat on which they travelled to ...
... The time difference was a first for me, 30mins rather than a whole hour.
At Adelaide Airport we were picked up by a smartly dressed driver with a name plate saying "Jane Milnes". This had kindly been arranged by Jane's cousin, Paul. The reason we were going to Adelaide was to see Jane's family. Jane's Uncle Bill, dad's side, emigrated here in the 60's with his wife June and sons David and Paul as a " ten pound pom". Paul is married to Janet and David has since returned to the ...
... in Semaphore and the West Lakes Shopping Centre. Later in the afternoon we enjoyed a walk on the beach which is adjacent to the caravan park. There is also a steam train that operates from behind the caravan park and runs into Semaphore, about a ten minute ride. While on the beach we witnessed a short ceremony that a group of people were having to remember the passing of their pet dog. At the end of the ceremony, they released several black and white balloons ...