Fire Station Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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After the feastings of Xmas, we have some time before we fly back to Darwin on New Year's Day.
We get to have a great lunch with Barb & Robin. Jeannette has lunch with her sisters and I get to play golf with Dave Magor.
We have decided not to take part in the New Year's Eve chaos in Adelaide, choosing to go to the first T20 match at the newly renovated Adelaide Oval.
Steve organised it, and we are joined by ...
My blog talked mainly about the places I went to and saw, but travel for me has always been about learning new things. On my last trip from Beijing to Berlin by myself, I returned home and mutually agreed to a divorce with my ex wife whom I am still friends with.
This trip was my honeymoon with Kinda and I realize how blessed I am to have her in my life. Kinda is easy to get along with, a great travel companion, and a great lover. How ...
... We wanted to leave here some days ago but extended our stay now three or four times haha. The hostel really feels like home the owners are so friendly and are helping us with a lot of things which have to do with the car. On Friday we definitely wanted to leave but as I said already plans change here every few hours . We were sitting at a breakfast table drinking tea and coffee when Pete (one of the owners) came and asked us when ...
After a bit of a lie in and breakfast I headed out to the Central Market - on what was a very sunny day.
The indoor market was just wonderful, it was literally packed with food from all over the World. The smells were amazing with freshly baked bread and pastries, fresh fruit, cheeses, spices and much much more. Even a whole stall dedicated to mushrooms - good job a certain Ms Wheeler ...
Finally we are packed and resting after the usual hectic lead up to such a trip. China, a country full of people, smog, hustle, bustle and an ancient culture still being discovered by the people of the West. I do confess to having no idea as to why we chose this country to visit - to experience a culture vastly different to ours? To get out of "our comfort zone"? Who knows, it is too late now! The reactions from people who find out about ...