Mantra Hindmarsh Square Adelaide
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... as at 750m long it was too long for the platforms) we finally pulled into Adelaide at 1pm. After a bit of a kerfuffle I spotted Auntie Bess (abbreviated to AB in future blogs); it was great to see her and I think she was relieved to see me - thirsty finding the terminal (he Ghan has a different station to other trains) and also that I was really ...
... off to Adelaide. Our group of four has become two very quickly. Alex, my great uncle and Jeff, my second cousin picked us up from the airport and we were quickly on our way to the family home. Rose, my great auntie greeted us and cried with happiness. I'm the first person on her side of the family to come and see them in Australia. What an emotional day. Our evening was spent meeting my humongous family and I can't deny it, they're absolutely hilarious. Must be where I get it ...
... East to a suburb called Mitcham and a road called Brown Hill Creek and our caravan park which was nestled at the bottom of the hills of the Brown Creek Reserve. A beautiful spot where we have booked in for a week. Later in the afternoon we set off for a walk along Brown Hill Creek road, followed the pretty creek through a tunnel that takes us to the other side of a main road and then spent a couple of hours exploring the ...
... of Perth, had a very European feel to it…
Swan Bell Tower
A set of 18 bells enclosed in a 18.5m tower, they are said to be the largest set of change ringing bells in the world. The project was initiated by the then local government to commemorate the start of the 21st century. ...
... Park, which being set on its mountain sides is very steep making the latter half of the walk around the trails an uphill struggle! We spot a few koalas in the trees as we make our way back to the top, and see lots of birdlife. We arrive at Mt Lofty late afternoon, and enjoy the warmth and drinks of a cafe at the summit before taking our sunset snaps as the mountain overlooks the city and all the way out to ...