Adelaide City Park Motel
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... has been used enough to keep it flat and reasonably smooth. But the roads are made of clay mainly, and it is dry clay and a very fine dust comes off it. That dust somehow makes it way into the car even though we stir it up underneath and behind us. It is apparent from the fact that both our sunglasses, perhaps also because they are a bit static, fog over with dust continuously. We need to wipe them every odd couple of minutes to make sure we see where we are ...
After splitting up for our flights home, we have some different stories to tell as we both see different cities on the way home and have different flight paths entirely. Anne flew through the Dutch capital of Amsterdam. Here she headed for the Bloemenmarkt, flower market, and inquired about the beautiful bulbs and how to get them home. to Australia? No! Just don't try. No really, don't bother, they will not let them in even if ...
... regular city bus has small guiding wheels in front and the driver takes his hands off the steering wheel and the bus reaches speeds of 100 kph.as it races up the track. (see video).
We returned to the City-Centre and took a tram in the opposite direction, this time to the port of Glenelg where we had lunch It is a very confusing system of purchasing tickets ...
Our week after arriving home from Daylesford was a bit crazy, as all our weeks seem to be lately.
Monday morning it was back to work for both of us, and then madly trying to catch up on washing and shopping we didn't do on the weekend.
Tuesday B had uni and G was again at work. B had assignments due during the week as well, which meant early mornings at uni. Thankfully, the earlier you leave, the less time it takes to get to uni, so leaving at 7 ...
... it was difficult to get through and we were all full afterwards.
We bought some local Willunga almonds at the market before getting back in the car. It was a bit too cold to walk around, although the sun was shining it was really only about 13 degrees.
We drove drove down to Basham Bay. There were quite a few people there but no sign of any whales, and as it was getting late we decided to return to Adelaide. As we were leaving three tiger moths flew over - were ...