South Sydney Waldorf Apartment Hotel
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... Bigest disert in the world
Getting up at 3.45AM was a killer!
Seemed to be a bit early really as we made good progress in getting to Nadi airport for the air Fiji flight to Sydney. We think the temperatures dropped during the night because there was a fair bit of early mist / fog around.
We were first in the check in queue - a first for us!
Result of this was sitting around for what seemed ages. Anyway left on time so that's the important thing.
As each flight took off ...
Adelaide city center seemed pretty small to me but unfortunately the first and only night we spent there I fell over awkwardly whilst steaming drunk and broke my left hand. The day set aside for exploring the city I ended up spending nearly entirely in the hospital.
The drive back towards Melbourne was pretty uneventful and I was hindered by a big bulbous cast on my left hand and wrist (luckily ...
... so friendly and polite.The drivers and guides were the same with nothing being a problem, particularly catering for my gluten free needs. I was the only one out the four travellers that didn't get the Indian belly (brag, brag). We saw a great part of India from north to south and if anyone says to me what was the highlight, I can honestly say everything because everyday was different.
The scenery along with the country side, the food and the people were all ...
... state decisions. Then we went to the Upper House where the seats are red. What called our attention a lot was a big chair that was actually meant for the Queen but it was normally used by the Governor in her absence. We couldn’t even finish the tour because we were all starving so we decided just to leave and get something to eat.
Just across the street we all got a sandwich and had enough energy again to keep on sightseeing. Now we were heading again to the Sydney ...