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... to sleep over at his friend's place and so dinner was a quieter affair once I got home about 6.30pm. We walked down to The Parade (which for those of you not familiar with Adelaide - the The is definitely part of the road name) along with Harrison and checked out the cheap takeaway eateries. Settled on some Wok-in-a-box, and then took it home to eat. My sister Robyn came home around that time and after a brief chat, I realised I still had things to do. The ...
... was all lush and green, and like that I was learning straight, we fixed that up and now I know how to fix a burst pipe. I seemed to learn so etching new every one of the 90 days I was there. Darren seemed to enjoy teaching me, even if it was well over my head, he has so many stories and they'll stay with me for a long time. The weeks rolled on, I was spending most of my days in the tractor, a giant CAT which could probably pull a small country. I started by just ...
... the trip over from Melbourne to see us off (and join in the wine tasting!).
We've just had a final bottle of bubbles at Adelaide airport and are all ready for the 13.5 hour flight to Dubai and then on to London. Looking back, leaving Bristol seems like a lifetime ago and although we are sad the trip is at an end, we are looking forward to catching up with everyone (and boring you with photographs!). Thanks for reading!
... crew - Rod, myself, Dominic and Dutchie - only John was missing. Off down the now familiar dirt road back to Parachilna then onto the main bitumen road. The dark streaky clouds outlined the Flinders as we drove southwards, it was almost as if the Flinders were angry at our departure and sending us a message (don't worry we will be back I mused under my visor). I pulled up alongside Dominic and gestured to him to look at the awesome spectacle that the Flinders Range was presenting ...
... br> The Museum of course, had lots of museumy type stuff, like cool old Aboriginal weapons and giant skeletons.
The Art Gallery had.... art, and some of the pieces were amazing, others.... well each to their own is all I can say.
The Whispering wall was amazing. The whispering wall is a dam, and due to its unique shape you ...
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