Miller Apartments Adelaide
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As we enter the last week, have our last farewell drinks and shut the chapter on our time here I can’t help but feel nervous about the months ahead. Most of our travels have been pre planned or on the road living in a mobile space, now for the first real time after years and years of thinking about it we are actually going to be living out of a bag and doing the backpacker thing. It feel like finally getting to experience your wildest fantasy and ...
... it was also something new. It costs less than 2 dollars! My bus to Uni would be 241. There we went shopping for some clothes, I found a scarf for 7 dollars (so stoked!) and a vest. Jenni also found a cardigan herself. After that we did some grocery shopping which was meant for me: breakfast and lunch. I didn't want to make it too difficult so we chose bread and cereal. They made sure we got everything I needed/wanted. Lunch time. In the food ...
... we go. Kangaroo Island is a very nice place full of animals. Unfortunately you can see this as well because all the dead kangaroos, Pademelons, etc. you see at the side of the street. Fortunately we also saw even more which were still alive. After a long day were we drove through the northeastern part of kangaroo island we turned to a little campsite close to a national parc. We were the only guests but when we did a nice evening walk luckily not the only creatures. We spotted a ...
... knew it our last night was upon us, we headed into Adelaide to return our lovely Heidi and checked into for our last night in Australia.
We figured we needed to go out in style and where better to stay than an old fire station that had been converted into a hotel and even had the old fire engine parked at the end of the bed with a fireman’s pole and of course a uniform. We could not have been any happier. This was by far the most we have ...
... buildings in Adelaide. Heaps of lovely old houses too. I'd love to live in one of them! But be heaps of work though.
Tomorrow we have decided to head out to the Barossa Valley and check out all the wineries. We are taking our caravan with us and I have found a campsite just out in Greenock where its a gold coin donation to stay each night...Not bad, I was quite proud of myself to find it.