Quest on King William
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Standard, maybe even basic. Only a 2 night stay. Did the job ok :)
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Since our flight back to Sydney was not until 6:20 p.m., we left our luggage at the hotel and decided to walk around downtown Adelaide. It was a beautiful day with lots of people milling around Rundel Center which is a large open air shopping district. One of the things we have noticed when shopping in Australia is all of the shop keepers are …
... and will not mention it again.
In the comfort of the frontseats we let the car do the work for the remainder of the day. We head south and a little east to arrive towards the end of the day in a town called Clare. Along the way we make a stop at a place called Laura, famous (locally) for the icecream factory in town. We have to sample some of the flavours. Delicious.
At Clare we find the caravan park and set up for the night. It is a bit windy so ...
... his family.
We had heard stories about how alike Uncle Bill was compared to Stewart/Jane's Dad. We were not disappointed! We enjoyed drinks, Aussie style, from the bottle, on the back garden, shaded from the sun. Bill then took us out to Mount Lofty park, a walk done previously with other Inman family visits. On the way in the car a driver was taking their time on a green light. Bill encouraged the driver with a "come on Noddy" that had Jane grinning as Stewart would say exactly ...
The next flight was better in the sense that there were no stinky people near us lol! This flight was 12.5 hours - I managed to get a tiny bit of broken sleep (maybe an hour or so) but Alex didn't sleep much at all. The flight from Dubai to Adelaide seemed to take a lot longer than from Adelaide to Dubai. Once we arrived in Adelaide it took forever to go through customs, but after that the ...
... knees and a desire to now be somewhere else entirely. We eventually got back to the lower portions of the walk where the path wound its way through the cypress pine and yacka. And after another 3km we finally made it back to the car just before midday. We pulled out the mini-cereal boxes for lunch along with biccies and muesli bars. Some friendly magpies came and joined us hoping for some spoils. We were finally done and full by ...