Adelaide Airport Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdelaide Airport Motel
Nothing changed here same as the last time we stayed. Not flash but very convenient with shuttle to airport and car parking.
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After a late night we woke sort of late and did a long beach walk after breakfast. Still too windy and cold for swimming. We watched a bit of the AUS VRS India game that started at 2PM. After a while we went back to the beach, visited a local museum about the area and ...
... don’t worry, I was mostly successful in sacrificing myself to protect my camera. I suffered some minor bruising; the camera took a ding on the lens but still works fine.
With the slow driving and the hike to the base of the waterfall, we were behind schedule when we headed for the Cape Otway Lighthouse. It was a bit off our route, and when we arrived, we discovered that they were closing in less than 1 hour and they wanted $20 each to be able ...
... to Robe
Robe Sea Vu Caravan Park 1st - 3rd March
What a beautiful place, so lovely to find a beautiful village that has kept its history in this fast moving modern world.
We had the best spot in the caravan park ( and great neighbours ) overlooking beautiful pristine water and a short walk to town.
The town was full of history and every historic building had a plague telling its story. We loved the marina, the Caledonia hotel, ...
Sunday 18th - 21st January 2015
Sunday 18th January 2015
On Saturday, it was decided that for the first Market stall of our WWOOFing experience, Emma would stay at the farm and I would accompany Geoff into Adelaide and persuade the locals into buying Gooseberry Hill's finest organic plants and seedlings.
I got up early and helped Geoff pack the van and we drove toward the CBD. 40 minutes or so later we arrived into Goodwood, Adelaide ...
... the chip shop again as we were starving! Ari wanted to go and see the Old Gumtree, so we set off on the walk as it was quite far. Walking there wasn't bad as the clouds were about. The old gumtree is where it was declared the government was now in place in the new province of South Australia. That was back in December 1836, so the tree had rotted away slightly, but they concreted the bits in that were dead. There was still some real tree left.
The walk back was a bit harder as ...