Mawson Lakes Hotel
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... the windows due to the rain we didn't get much sleep from then on. Every hour or so I'd wake up and crawl over the things we had stacked in the front seats (so we could sleep in the back) and turn the car on for a few minutes with the AC blasting to cool us down a bit and give us a bit of fresh air to breath. This is how the night continued until about 6 or 7am when the sun made it's appearance.
More of our Outback adventure to come.
... we had to be back for 3pm to get the boy’s from school. Before we went out we left Karen’s car at the school so all we had to do was drop her to get the boy’s while we went back to pickup Bobbie. Then we went back to Karen’s for dinner before going off to watch the boy’s swimming lesson where we met up with Chris on his way home from work.
Both boys are getting on ...
... Then found our way with the help of Bobbie’s directions to the airconditioned shopping mall and did some shopping. Now back at the house and they’ve just said on the radio that this is the hottest weather they’ve experienced since 1908 trust us to be here now. Tomorrow is supposed to be better just 34 degress but then it’s hotting up again for the weekend.
... popular to us by bringing glasses of the Business Class red wine as well. Nice guy!!
I got some sleep on the plane but it was great to touch down in Sydney and join everyone celebrating Australia Day. Going overseas always makes me more appreciative of the great life we have here and this time, seeing the smog and experiencing the censorship in China, made this even more poignant.
Overall a fascinating and enjoyable trip but it is nice to be home!!
... slept on it, figuring if I woke at 6 raring to go, then I'd go. I didn't. I felt a slight tinge of regret through the day, but it was a tinge accompanied by lunch and a book by the river, in the sun, for hours, from where it was hard to regret anything too much, especially knowing it was stormy back home. Adelaide was nicely busy-not manic, but with a busker every 100 yards and shops trying to entice people in, this felt Christmassy. But with the ...