Oaks Horizons Apartment Hotel
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Good Hotel - 2 separate bedrooms. 13th floor overlooking the Adelaide Convention Centre + The Adelaide Oval.
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... but decided to go for a walk around the park, as we had a while before it was midnight. We went and looked a all the different food stalls on our wander round, the queues were all so big that we could be bothered to get anything.
We went and got a drink from a stall close to where we had been sat, the queue was still big, but not as bad. Found our space to sit and listened to the music, it wasn't great. The ...
... almost dinner too!) before we headed out to find some late service for dinner. I had been trying to find an authentic Italian place every time we got to a big city, but so far I had been disappointed. We spent some time looking around before we finally settled on a little Vietnamese place we found in an alleyway off the pedestrian mall. The service was awesome and it was exactly like the Vietnamese food we have at home, so that was a decent substitute.
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I wasn't quite sure I'd be able to go back to Bali - well Ubud and Sengikidu really - which is what I always add when people ask me where I'm going and I say "Bali" and I can see that look that means 'It's such a cliche place - too many drunk Australians and heaps of rubbish - lost its charm - not like when I was there 30 years ago ….'.
So I explain I don't go to the busy tourist places and think I should try to put into words what it ...
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