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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeawall Apartments Glenelg
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
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... complete with water lilies and lazy ducks idling across the water forming a perfect V-shaped wakes on the still water.
We ended the day with happy hour at Craig Hooper's new beautiful house he has been building for last few years - with the uninterrupted ocean views from all three floors. The centerpiece of his house is the elevator, complete with glass door and phone, that takes you from the garage level to middle living area and up to the top master bedroom suite. ...
... the ranges. The road is not bad at all, and we have seen worse. But still we take it easy not overdoing it, happy of the new tyres that can still take a bit of wear without failing. And sure enough, halfway into the ranges we come across a Prado with a flat tyre needing to get the spare out. They just came from Arkaroola where we are heading. “Beautiful place” is the recommendation we get from them.
The landscape we drive through is amazing. I ...
Well it is now 5.30pm and tomorrow morning we are off on the holiday we have been planning for the last 18 months. Today John diverted my phone to the American number we have organised, it was a painful process for him but he worked it out, as I knew he would. I went to see dad today to give him his Fathers Day present and Birthday present as I will not be around for either event. He told me that he has ...
... nicer :)
When we started planning this trip, we found little information to help us. The route was easy enough, but what did we need to take? Vegetables or fruit are not allowed past the SA border, so I made healthy bliss balls for when we got hungry, but I doubt they'll be needed until we get bored. We also had all the obvious things like water, petrol, extra tyres, a sheet set (for dodgy hotels), ...
... very, very close. We also watched the boats float by in the marina and there were some very sparkling and shiny ones. One night we even stayed out to watch the sunsetting over the sea and it looked very beautiful - lots of people came to watch it.
Iti is a lovely little town and I'm happy that the grown-up decided to come here for some R&R time.
Till next time... xx