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Well the last day of our journey has arrived and we must do the last day of driving to get home, not sure we want to, due to the reports of how the weather has been while we have been gone. Anyway all good things must come to an end eventually.
We started the morning with a café cooked breakfast in Port Fairy before finishing the final leg of our journey and completing the coast roads from Cape York to home (as much as we could within reason with ...
... as a refund.
So it's a pretty bitter sweet feeling now, I'm obviously thrilled not to be stuck, able to get back with no extra cost and able to pay my dad back as soon as I get home. But right now is just a series of silver linings to keep myself from getting upset about the situation.
Things I've been telling myself are that I can get back and save up more quickly, I won't be as far in to my overdraft, the time difference to America will be less difficult ...
So, day two in Adelaide was a lot more packed than day one. It started with a '5k run' (it was actually less than that but you'll see why I'm sticking to that distance later). I woke up to the chirping sound of beautiful children asking me what I was doing today, and as I'm beginning to see the effects of over a month of too much drink and takeaway, I decided to go for a run. Obviously, as soon as I said this, they all invited themselves along, despite my ...
I finally started to get excited about the next stage of the adventure and that's probably why I had a restless night. Up way too early to recall the time but I could hear the rain hitting my bedroom windows, the 6.30 am alarm came way too soon. I sorted out some more surplus gear to be sent back by Dusty & Dave, (they both said I had way too much gear) every gram helps. I enjoyed some lively discussion with Dave who has a wide range of knowledge about many current ...
... have under our house.
Lofty’s Mount is the highest point of the Adelaide Hills which the Aborigines believed was a fallen warrior. From here, about 7 miles from the city and 14 from the coast there was a magnificent panoramic view over the city and it was just possible to see the funnel of QM2 in Port Adelaide. Unfortunately the camera battery had run out so no picture was possible.
QM2 was due to leave at 1730 and we arrived back along with another ...
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