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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What a long, long day. We were up early to check whether we had a new tree feature in the caravan - after the wind - luckily we didn't, so returning keys and getting on the road was pretty easy.
Our first stop was the Bunjil Shelter - an Aboriginal rock shelter painting which illustrates the legendary hero Bunjil, the creator, who, according to the 'dreaming' (it's very confusing - look it up), provided all needs. The ...
... tomorrow and see as much of the city as we can because most everything will be closed for Christmas & Boxing day. I've included a shot of Mick cooking dinner in the shelter of our "ensuite" trying to stay out of the wind. Did I mention that most of the campgrounds have sites with ensuites" this means we have our own bathroom and don't have to use the shared amenities buildings - really handy in the middle of the night! We're staying put for 4 nights ...
Today we picked up our getaway car, we headed for lunch followed by a very long walk on the beach, brilliant. Late afternoon Gary, Brian and myself met Scott, Gabby, Delilah and Jess (Gabby's sister) at the Central market in Adelaide for a wonderful meal of Asian delight. Unfortunately, Sue still under the weather, couldn't join us, get well soon Sue. Brian headed out on our final evening in Adelaide to the football with Gary and Scott whilst I spent a fabulous few ...
... the iconic Brighton Jetty.
Being totally spoilt and with encouragement from the in-laws, Gav and I took off for a mini-brake (kid free) in McLaren Vale wine region. You may not know the region but you would definitely know the wines - Wirra Wirra, Chapel Hill, Rosemount, Fox Creek, Serafino just to name a few (there are 68 cellar doors). Needless to say Gav and I had a really great two days ...
... Motorbikes and taxis beeping each other in warning and people everywhere. It's an assault on the senses. We put our things in our room and went for a walk in Kuta. We walked along the esplanade and settled in Hard Rock for dinner where a very loud band was playing on the stage. We cracked out first Bintang of the trip, ate then walked back to our ...