Mantra Hindmarsh Square Adelaide
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to lose. If I do miss it, will just have to buy another one when I get to the airport.
I board the flight and when I get off I run straight to the luggage bit to grab my luggage to then run through the airport to the check in desk to try and board my flight. I ran through the airport like a mad woman, flip fops in hand. I get to the check in desk and the woman was like 'oh you've just made 2 mins to go'. YAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYY I made ...
... to the front. We went and struggled to get into out suite! Everyone sat at the front and there was a talk about safety and how anything we left about would probably ed up in the sea, so we left the cameras inside.
Everyone stood at the back so we'd be ready to get it the water, as apparently there's only 15-20 seconds to get everyone in. So when they said everyone who was at the front and supposed to be getting in, just stood and looked aimless. We missed those dolphins thanks ...
... long so we made an about turn and picked up some beers and wine from the local liquor store just around the corner which was an easy drive through. Just over the road was the fishing shop so we picked up some bait and made our way back to the campsite for lunch.
We headed down to the beach in the afternoon to try our luck at some fishing but there was nothing happening. Back at the campsite we relaxed for the remainder ...
... Rundherum gibt es mehrere Bars und Restaurant und wer in Adelaide ist, der sollte hier ruhig vorbei schauen.
In Adelaide a friend of Xaf’s accommodated us. They even wrote a welcome with chalk on the pathway so that we could find the apartment better – so cute. Xaf 'knew Karo from diving, she was from Poland but lived in Australia with her boyfriend / husband (I actually don’t know) and her son for several years now. ...
... so I was left holding a bag of vomit with a child who wanted a drink of water for ten long tedious minutes! We finally arrived home at 8.30 pm and waited about 45 minutes for our luggage then whisked through customs and were home and in bed at 11.00 - slept 13 hours and rudely awoke to the reality that our dream was ...