Princes Highway Motel

Address: 199 Glen Osmond Road, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia | Hotel
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Day 44-46: The Barossa & Adelaide

A travel blog entry by nicandrog on Nov 14, 2014

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... day and today was oreo chocolate flavour (really, really need to find a gym quickly in Austria). We then headed to the SA/VIC border and spent the night in Portland. It was freezing when we got out of the car and with no camp kitchen in the campground we shivered through dinner and then got into the tent pretty early. We have now driven 18,000km, completed four states, had seven time zone changes (not including the clocks changing for daylight savings) and have two weeks to ...

Adelaide >Sydney>Bangkok 30/10/14 to 31/10/14 1130

A travel blog entry by tajss on Oct 27, 2014

... couple of times as I waited in line, so am thinking we're all here, ready and waiting!!! Always very relieved when I see my bag has joined me after an international flight. Needn't have worried about security getting in at 0100 - people everywhere! Found the gate to the shuttle bus to the airport hotel-lady put me into the front seat of the bus and put my bag in before a group of Chinese tourists who were also joining me on the bus. The heat and humidity hit hard as I ...

Sussex by the Sea

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Sep 14, 2014

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... to go for it. But the water was shallow so we had to walk a good 50 feet out to get to a deep enough point to swim in. Because it was so calm it was like swimming in a massive swimming pool. A swimming pool that couldn't make up it's mind what temperature it wanted to be!

Pockets of warm water would pass over you, warming you up, before cold water would remind you that the only thing south of here is Antartica! We chased we warm ...

Hawker - Adelaide

A travel blog entry by thickfamily on Aug 18, 2014

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... with David’s relatives and had a lovely time catching up, the last time we saw them was 11 years ago when I was pregnant with Em.

Today we went for a drive to Victor Harbour, which is a pretty little town about an hour south of Adelaide right on the ocean. We went through the South Australian Whale Centre and then got on the horse drawn tram across the bridge to Granite Island. We walked around the Island and then back on the ...

Ireland Part Two

A travel blog entry by foremanclan on Aug 14, 2014

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... everyone!
One day however my phone did describe the weather as "dreary"...could only happen in Ireland!

We continued our exploration of the Wild Atlantic Way, this time around Clare, we hit the seaside towns of Lahinch and Kilkee, favourites of the people of Limerick, both places were PACKED, how do all these people get holidays at the same time?

Loop Head was a great wild, windy place and well worth the trip, even had ...