Victoria Hotel Strathalbyn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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From Hawker we travelled the RM Willams Way, through Craddock established in 1878, Carrieton, Walloway established in 1882, Orroroo, Jamestown, Spalding then into Clare. The road wound us through sweeping valleys with mountains wrapped in a grey green blanket, with the odd one or two historical ruins standing against the weather of time. The …
... it! You'll be pleased to know Jason, Ray also had music piped in through his earphones, but they were "bloody useless because of the jack-hammer noise!!!" Anyway Paul and I headed off to the new shopping complex which looked a lot like Eastlands, but only one floor. We went to the Reject Shop, Dick Smith's and then to a Giftbox Shop before we had some lunch. I then went to Woolworths while Paul popped in to Mitre 10 ...
... once again. Good times! :)
Arrived home to a nice warm house and dinner cooked by Bob and Rhonda. Thanks guys! Even cracked open one of our Heathcote bottles and it was at least as good as I remember during tasting. Happy with that. Shame we didn't buy more!
All in all a very good trip and quite an education. Sorry about the lack of pictures this trip - was too busy having a good time!
... nicely followed by a chocolate mouse which kept me in contention for being the favourite son in law. That wouldn't be too hard though as I am the only son in law ;-). A couple of glasses of vino and then then off to bed to get a few hours sleep in before getting up for the United v City derby game at 12.30am. Mon 13th - Well what a fantastic start to the day with United thumping ...
... cute animals. So the Koala bears today were all hanging out sleeping in their trees.
Then we walked on to the wetlands area and fed some birds for you. We saw the Australian Pelicans which are the largest in the world. I did not throw the fish you see in the photo. But you can see Grandpa feeding some Cape Barren Geese from Tasmania.
We also saw the Dingo which is Australia's wild dog. These guys normally ...