Mantra on Frome
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... Got a bit lost, went up to the top floor of one of the malls, then back down into the next one, eventually finding the Apple Store on the street. managed to book our Macs in for the 30th
Headed to Woolworths and got some food for tonight, ended up with soup, a pavlova and a chicken sandwhich for tea.
When we got back to the hostel, we found a new hostel for tomorrow.
We made out tea then headed to the room to watch Tv.
... some sort of squat as we took out our tents to dry off, scattered the contents of our bags everywhere and hung our washing out to dry on a line strung up across the bathroom. Thank goodness for Do Not Disturb signs. Our day and a half in Adelaide has been great, and it is a fantastic city with a lot going for it. We have naturally spent a lot of the time here sampling the excellent restaurants, and today ate in what we think is the best burger joint we've ever experienced. ...
... we would surely risk a fine or worse. .
*We manage to find a residential street, a few blocks away where we can legally park until 10 a.m. the next day. Late afternoon is therefore spent working out a contingency parking plan and deciding where to go for dinner. Organic pizza at a restaurant called Good Life, just down the road, and a car park with no height restriction in Hindley Street in Adelaide city centre. All sorted ...
... the Ranges in total, we stop at a place called Angorichina. This is not much more than a small camping and caravan park, with a small general store in the middle of the ranges. We are the only campers this night and have the place to ourselves. It is on the bank of a riverbed (dry of course) with barren hills surrounding it. Stark beauty as the sun sets. And so ends another interesting day that also happens to be our wedding aniversary.
More dust. One ...
... We finally found the tram station and a very helpful man named Patrick who had been to the U.S. and told us all about it. We finally got our passes and gave Patrick our assurances that we would give his best to the entire population of Manhattan and hit the pavement again.
We took the tram up to the Parliament Building and the location of the Princess Theatre so I could take photos. Then hopped ...