RNR Serviced Apartments Adelaide
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This was a very nice place to stay with nice rooms. It was clean and we loved sliding down the stairs!
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... extra care to position the car such that the tent is best sheltered by the trees. It must be hilarious for an outsider to watch us go about this. First we drive up and park the car. Then Helen jumps out of the car and starts gesturing in perhaps meaningful ways that make me restart the car and move it about. Helen’s gesturing gets a lot more frantic as I seem to misinterpret all of them. So we both get out and look around at the position of branches, trees, ...
... Then we laughed as we realised the car was broken down with hazard lights on and slowly pulling off the road.
We walked through the forest in the valley to a waterfall and took photos. Again, these were photos taken by other Inmans on their trips. Bill then sent Jane and I on a little trek up to a lookout point. It was very steep and in some places skirted the edge of steep cliffs. The views at the top were stunning looking out of the valley and over Adelaide. The main ...
... was pretty quick. We got home around 9:45pm. As today was Grant's 30th birthday (and his party was tonight) we surprised him by dropping in to say hello! He had no idea and was blown away. Tomorrow we get to pick up Bella and Bruno from their boarding kennel - we absolutely can't wait to see them! It's been a fantastic trip with so many great memories, but as they say there's no place like ...
All on time, great flight, albeit almost empty. Food and drink gone down a bit in quality, you can tell Malaysian Airlines are hurting. Oxford Landing red wine for goodness sake! But the White was Halletts and quite nice. Still had tickets to the plaza premium lounge that I gave David for Christmas, so went there for the 3 ...
... and ready for getting in the car and driving south.
Which is what we did. We had a target time of getting to Adelaide by 6pm. We passed through Hawker and Carrieton, both marginal rural towns and then fueled up at Orrorroo - yes that's a great south aussie name. A stop at the Jamestown Bakery to keep us going and then we headed on to Adelaide through farmland that got greener and greener. Crops are looking good for ...