Adelaide Royal Coach
Travel Blogs from Adelaide
... are off the Melbourne! Where the adventure of Australia really will start! I hope i get to see some of my friends along the way!
-Had a few encounters with rats.
It's been almost nice having this past week to just sleep and rest. Been noticing how fast my bank has been decreasing. I've been making smart decisions but looks like im going to have to be even smarter or stop eating. One or the other... ;)
Happy Canada ...
... prehistoric men: neither had bow and arrow, both mastered rope-making from rushes (biezen, for our Dutch friends). He gave an interesting exposť on how opals come into existence: essentially they are fossilized bones of animals from the dinosaur period, and even earlier.
Adelaide is a sprawling city of over 1 million inhabitants, with a fairly small Central Business District as the Aussies call their city centres. City centres as we know them in Europe, with narrow, ...
... being done online and the client not getting to see a hardcopy document. Needless to say Flightcentre got an email from me.
Arriving at the airport early was good anyway, Changi is a fantastic airport and loads of free internet access, depending on the weather we may well decide to come early again on the way back. Just now sitting back and relaxing with just under 2 hours before we will be up up and ...
Living on the otherside of the world can be a problem when you have to race home, and upon receiving a phone call, flights were booked and two days later we were on our way to Adelaide
Overnight flight, land and from the cold it was warm, a nice 20 upon landing. Not much sleep was had as jet lag was to be expected. It is always hard flying from the North to the South
Needing sim cards, for the ...
... After a Subway lunch it was off to see Hallett Cove, further up the coast and set a bit like Runswick Bay but with very expensive housing along it's coast. Part of this cove is protected and the indigenous people believe in it's spiritual history. We took a look at some ancient rocks called "Sugarloaf" and expected Fred Flinstone and his mate Barnie Rubble to emerge at any time.....So after a very nice cream tea we set off further up the coast to a place called ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking