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We arrive in Adelaide late and have a little trouble finding a suitable caravan park.....I take the dogs for a walk and leave it up to Dave.
We eventually find a park 4lms from the city and book in for two nights.
The park turns out to be a great find...right on the Torrens river and next to a park , so the dogs have plenty of room to run and we do not feel too pinned in. The staff are very accommodating and friendly and the amenities are ...
Well to be perfectly honest, the jet lag hit me pretty hard when I first arrived. I was falling asleep at 7am and waking up at 4pm...I know I'm a student but even those hours are a little extreme! Thankfully, I've recovered and started to get out and about. The first thing I've noticed over here is how unprepared the Australians are for cold weather. It's their winter at the moment so the days are averaging at around 10-15 degrees. I find ...
... every day, as the mother duck takes her babies to the park for a feed. A precarious lifestyle choice but good old Adelaide is happy to wait for them. What a lovely city! There was a change of driver, and they both seemed to be happy cheerful fellows. Maybe they just enjoy their job. When we arrived at Glenelg we went to buy a ticket. The driver asked us if we needed help and he then explained that we didn't need a ticket as we had Seniors Cards, and in off-peak ...
... 10x less than Australia), they would import a lot of stuff.
Because it's a school trip, that means there's homework involved.
A 5000 word (max) research report! Joy! I supposed it works out to around 250ish/day, which sounds more manageable. It must be my current field of study, so for me, Accounting.
I have no idea what to write about accounting in Chile.
Anyway, back to studying, and preparing.
Hopefully I can manage to keep this blog updated
... unfortunately he lived in Melbourne so had to rely on his wife who was coming to Adelaide to have a look at the van. We booked them in and still calls kept coming.
Next up was Bob, we will call him that because it is his name and I will never forget Bob. Bob lived in the Barossa Valley and so called and asked to see La Toya that night. He arrived with his wife and both were keeping their cards close to their chest. I got the feeling ...