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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 …
... coast of Australia in the early 1800's still remain somewhat overlooked by the similar journeys of our own Matthew Flinders.. Ok, Matty wasn't one of us, but Nicholas was certainly one of them.
By the time I returned, windswept and more windswept, Andrew was packed and it wasn't long before we headed off - Adelaide our target and by days end we can confirm - mission accomplished.
We paused for a ...
... quieter than normal and keeping themselves busy. We had our final look around the homestead and said our thanks and farewell to both Doug and Shirley...Our journey to Glenelg was a very pleasant one ,seeing all the previous greyish fields turning green and lush. We were soon there and booking into the hotel. We caught the tram to the ...
Today we went down to Blackwood to spend a couple of days with Chris, Karen and the boys, we followed the satnav that was pretty good but it did send us wrong at one rotary (roundabout) which had obviously changed since the satnav was last updated. It then seemed to take us a long way round through Belair but we just got to Craigburn Farm when the satnav died, obviously it's not charging from the cigar lighter. ...
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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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