Mawson Lakes Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMawson Lakes Hotel Salisbury
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... in Goolwa. Sitting there eating our lunch, who should walk in but cousin Robert who came to buy a pie for his lunch. He couldn't believe it when he spied us - "Gee, you haven't gone far" (probably only 4 blocks from their house!!!) was his laughing reaction! I felt like a kid playing hooky and not doing what we were supposed to be doing - ie driving away!!! More goodbyes, then we really did ...
... that we have left, then we will have to buy it on the way. It has been raining today and there has been some rain up north where we are going. Hope it is dry when we get there. I think it is time for bed, we have an early start tomorrow.
We will be off on our big ...
... s Gap. Lovely spot. Then had a bit of a zoom up through the twisties. Good fun. And the Camries were actually getting out of the way! Awesome! Lots of damage still evident there from the recent bushfires. Man, it musta been a doozie!
Then up to Horsham and instead of heading to Nhill we went via Naracoorte. Much better! Was nice to drive through the countryside down that way. Saw the ...
... to...too close if you have run out of food and a kangaroo hasn't run out of want. I did Barb's thing...looked at TripAdvisor and it was the #1 attraction in Adelaide. Recommended if you aren't going on to Kangaroo Island. You'll have to read yesterday's blog to see the photos of the Park.
I have no idea if we will have wi-fi for the next few nights, so if you don't hear from me for a while I really haven't gone AWOL.
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... that went well but our last night Dessa was re-heating our left over pizza. Her Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion skills need some work as she put the oven on its highest setting and burnt my Pizza)
Adelaide is home to 2 things we did manage to enjoy. Haigh’s is the oldest chocolatier in the country (they are celebrating their Centennial later this year) and the free tour was informative and very tasty. Bill sucked up to the tour guide by asking ...