Mawson Lakes Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in operation until 1907 when the ore body was depleted. The mine is still there of course, mainly underground but with some open pits as well. Part of it has been restored and made accessible to tourists to have a look around at mining practice in the middle of the 19th century. We are curious and want to have the underground experience. There are tours at 10, 12 and 2pm. We arrive at 10 past 12 of course, thanks to stopping for those 'lost souls’ ...
... are Mafia related and fixing Prices.... The very good Capo-chino afterwards made up for it..... Met with Rainer at the Goolwa Airport and we briefed an Flight of 2 to Adelaide Para field YPPF Airport , Here in Australia they call it "sport formation" regardless how many Airplanes are in the Flight!! Despite the 4 Runway' this Reliever Airport has there is not all that much traffic besides the ...
... every square inch was covered with beer steins, old-world china and clocks (cuckoo and otherwise.) But OMG, the pastries ... I had something called a Beesting Cake. It was, in a word, UH-MAZING. I have to find a recipe for it. It was layers of some kind of honey and nut cookie (er ... biscuit) sandwiched with a thick yellow custard. Wow. Frank had a version of it called a Beesting Biscuit (just the top layer apparently), ...
... br> So today started after one of the best sleeps I've had in over a week, child's bunkbed aside. The rest of the day took a pretty slow pace, spent a lot of time catching up with the Americans online, hanging out with the kids, went to the supermarket for a shopping trip with Sarah and when I got back I was treated to the other half of the massive family out here, Fletcher's slightly older brood of Abbie, Emily and Jake.
... As we rode through recent road kill that was being devoured by huge wedge tailed eagles who seemed reluctant to move from the road and leave their breakfast meal behind, I reflected what an amazing few weeks and adventure I'd had. We stopped in Hawker and fuelled up - four more ADV riders were also getting gas and thinking about a greasy breakfast. One on a Ural unit admired my giant loop bags. I checked out my small fuel tank and it was full so put 10 litres of premium into the ...