Miller Apartments Adelaide
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... countries never really go off and find things. Anyway, I’m glad I did because on my route I found a dead brown snake. I thought it was just the skin, but it wasn’t. I could see the spine through a damaged area of the tail/ neck….if you can tell me where the neck ends and the tail begins on a snake, I’ll buy you a beer.
I tried to pry its mouth open to see some fangs, but ended up pulling the top half of its head off. I also found a type of fruit ...
... Semephore and Port Adelaide...what beaches, sand & surf! Gorgeous! We even saw two dolphins playing right up close to the wharf, a special treat! We finished our day of sight seeing with a delicious dinner at Stella's waterfront restaurant in Henley Beach, seafood marinara, pizza and NT barramundi! How fortunate we were to enhance our visit to Adelaide by spending time with ...
... and sliced garlic, 1 peeled and chopped carrot, 1 stick of chopped celery and 8 chopped anchovy fillets for 2-3 minutes. Return the meat to the pan and add half a glass of white wine and cook for a few minutes so that the wine deglazes any loose bits that are on the bottom of the pan. Then add a handful of fresh sage leaves, a 400g tin of chopped tomatoes and 250g chicken ...
... as he'd been having toothache. Ended up having a filling so had to wait for his mouth to defrost before eating! So, that's the second leg of our journey done. We are now on our way to Perth. There have been so many highlights on this trip so far but seeing Rhian & Billy (and meeting Chester) will be up there with the best. Can't ...
... plan an adventure on the Great Ocean Road. This meant that we found ourselves in the library while the rain continued to pour searching on job sites. Josh had given us some information on WWOOFING (willing workers on organic farms) as he had done this during his traveling in Australia. He leant us a book explaining about WWOOFING - to sum up it is working for 4-6hrs on a farm a day with whatever needs doing, not being paid but staying with ...