Mantra Hindmarsh Square Adelaide
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... way. Missed the kangaroo jumping across the highway. Down the straight-a-way. Pull up 60 minutes later at The Fig Tree Restaurant in Horsham. "Good Morning Doreen, shall we get some coffee and breakfast." "Good plan King"....as Gill and Garth will remember we used to say as a family.
From that point on the road and the drive got considerably less interesting. We did agree it was somewhat better from Canberra to Melbourne. It ...
... Thai’s to take away. With the aromas wafting through that bag our train ride home was possibly the longest 30 minutes of our lives!
The next day we decided to work the legs a little more and do the coastal walk to the historical town of Glenelg which was 6km away, so 12 there and back.
It was a superb walk around the massive bays, sometimes we’d be on the path and other times we had to ...
... hostel, they stayed at the same place, and I hung out in the market until my host was home from work at about 2 p.m. I showed up to his beautiful Eden Hills home, where his mom was waiting for me and we chatted until it was time for me to go back downtown to meet Kelly, her son. We went to see Pants Down Circus and that was really good. It ...
... cold the water, we were going to have a swim. The sight of all that vivid turquoise sea gently rolling onto silver sand had got to us! Quick change and slop of Factor 50 sun cream and then onto the beach. To be fair we did not quite plunge into the water. It was more of a slow paddle, gradually getting deeper, with a few gasps, then why not, let's go for it. The air temperature today was about 28C, and the water ...
... off in Adelaide city. What a lovely green and calm atmosphere! We went to the art gallery, museum, the Oval (went into the ground and saw the Don Bradman exhibition), had lunch, saw some shops went to the beautiful Botanic Gardens. After Ian and Kath had delivered Scott and Gerogie to the airport they picked us up and we went for a BIG Chinese meal at Glenelg overlooking the sea. A great end to the ...