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On Monday (31st September) we left Mildura and drove across the border finally back into SA. We had to stop at the border checkpoint so they could check the car and van incase we were carrying any fruit or veg into SA which is a big no no (SA's fight against fruit fly!!) and we arrived at Renmark where we went straight to Woolies to replenish our stocks of fruit and veg!
We entered the co-ordinates into our sat nav of what ...
... an emotional moment. Probably should do it more often really. Sly grin.
Eventually it recovers: "Are you sure?". (Laughing by now) Yeah baby! Few more frantic key strokes and the long neglected 'Sent items' folder has followed said inbox to cyber oblivion. Christ, some of those are like five years old!
Warming to the task now, next its out of office assistant: "Im ...
... you'd expect in a city.
The showers were hot and the shower block was dead quiet, no-one came in while I was in the shower. I was a bit shocked at first when I saw a warning label on the ceiling, upon closer inspection I saw that it was an asbestos warning! Holy cow! It made me shower pretty darn quick. When I told Julie she said she had the same. Talk about dodgy! Anyway we had a peaceful night in our private bit of rainforest with the trickle of the creek only metres away.
... a beach or discover an amazing tropical world. The scenery is stunning and contrasting -low lying coral islands surrounded by golden beaches and pretty fringing reefs and mountainous islands which drop sharply into the sea."
The hospital itself is small and unfortunately missing the medical workforce it so desperately
needs. Despite this is has been highly recommended by previous students undertaking electives there.
... fuer 15 min Fahrtweg in die Stadt keine 4$ aus, das dann auch gleich wenig auf dem Rueckweg!!!)
Damit zur zweiten Besonderheit: Es gibt in Adelaide eine "Peak"- und eine "Off-Peak"-Zeit (also vielbeschaeftigte und ruhige Zeiten), in denen man unterschiedlich bezahlt.
Von 9 bis 15 Uhr, in der "Off-Peak"-Zeit bezahlt man fuer eine 2-Stunden-Fahrkarte 2,90$, danach 4,60 und da man hier in Adelaide bis zum Strand heraus natuerlich nur unwahrscheinlich ohne eins herumkommt und ...