Regal Park Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our financial planner and getting quotes/ordering carpets, curtains, garage doors, and fans plus organising a report on water damage to the garage ceiling and kitchen cupboards and a painter for the interior. Also caught up with Una, Mary and Joan and had lunch with Henk and Katie. All in all, a very successful week - and then we flew to Launceston on the Friday ...
... at Norwood and settled in for a few good days in Adelaide.
It was a physically challenging but enjoyable day - one that reminded us of the fickleness of the weather - and how during our trip a few years ago when we were prevented from climbing Ayers Rock due to hot weather. This time round it was the cloud and rain. Oh well, I suppose this now just becomes a good reason to come back to the Flinders Ranges again sometime soon.
... stay with some folk. The drive to Perth should be awesome, the guys I'm going with are both in the tourism industry and the guy has to take photos of all the destinations along the way so I should see some cool stuff, we'll be on the road 13 days and covering 2500km. Can't wait! There's so much I haven't said but, at least I'm up to date. Photos to follow, most of them are on Facebook though. Cheers to those that still read and sorry for those who have been asking for an ...
... a brief history of the hotel – see photo. Reading it reminded me so much of the letters my great uncle Dick used to send to us from his adventures! He often ‘praised the lord’ for granting him small miracles every day. How I wish some of those letters had survived the ravages of time and a tropical atmosphere! His travelling caravan is in the Darwin Aviation Museum – it’s a converted airplane fuselage! A man of many talents… After leaving Coober ...
... to music which was part of the fringe festival,bthe botanical gardens and then the Migration Museum telling the stories of various people of different nationalities.
It seems as if there is a larger variety of birds in South Australia and we are sad we don't have a book to identify them. There are huge flocks of Cockatoos around and they can decimate the crops. There is talk of culling them.