Travel Blogs from Glenelg
This is a bit of a contrast! I managed to choose the cutest little beach apartment with a washing machine and washing line in a courtyard to sort myself out (well clothes that is). I'd registered for the Glenelg 5k this morning but couldn't get up...body said no. It feels so cold at 20 degrees lower that Uluru, but still probably 20 degrees more than home!
We are coming to the end of our time in oz, today being our last day here........ Tuesday was spent catching up on some business, recovering from the weekend (!) and sunbathing on the beach :). Pretty good really! Yesterday we decided to go an explore the Adelaide hills and Barossa Valley for some more wine tasting. I had been on a guided tour of …
... the modern buildings.
I will add photos of Glenelg on this entry throughout our stay and compose entries for places other than Glenelg separately at other times. Example: the Fun Run City to Bay on 15th September which I added to this blog entry rather than making several smaller entries.
We are looking forward to some very lazy times on the beach and dining along the restaurant strip as our stay progresses.
... Jamie! Quite a weird thought to now be back with him aged 20 months! Jamie had a nice sleep through most of the flight. A short taxi ride and we were in Glenelg, where we are staying for the next couple of nights. We are staying at the Seawall apartments right on the beach. We stayed here last time we were here and loved the place, so it's really nice to be back. After a quick change into shorts and t-shirts we headed out ...
It is 7 day's today since Peter suffered his stroke, it's been a long slow week with many ups and downs, progress is slow, but there have been slight improvements, he still has no feelings on the right side, and is now under the care of physio's and a speech therapist, we have been told that it could take upto 13 day's for the swelling to go down, as it was a very large bleed, so hopefully we'll see a bigger improvement in a couple of weeks.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
This was the nicest accommodation I stayed in, in my 6 weeks in Oz. It was classy, but fun, close to the beach, everything you need, friendly. Perfect and didn't want to leave
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.