Regal Park Motor Inn
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I got very excited today as the grown-up told me that we were going to Cleland Wildlife Park. But... we had to get on two buses to get there, that wasn't exciting!
There wasn't many people at the park, which was good as it meant that me and the grown-up would be able to spend more time with the animals. The grown-up bought some animal food so that she could feed them a little bit. Although looking at some of them and ...
... watching a giant techno squid with accompanying dancers, it was time to catch up with Robyn and Paul for a coffee. We caught up with all the local gossip from Andersons and had a good chat about travel and languages. We were only stopped by having to catch the midnight train back to Warradale.
In the morning we took it easy before Rainer drove us down to Port Noarlunga to catch up with Ben, Jo and the kids. Sarah ...
... I made good time to Glendambo and stopped for breakfast at the roadhouse. Wonderful scrambled eggs! After seeing a coffee machine I got a bit excited but had my hopes dashed when I learned that Glendambo hadn’t been lucky enough to get some of the recent rain and that the water pressure wasn’t strong enough to run the coffee machine! Who would’ve thought? I knew it was going to be a long day and so put my mind to work with a variety of tasks. I put some French phrases ...
... then only winning one of the One Day’s as well still we have bought the tickets now.
Before went to Goolwa there was talk of a bus strike being called for today but thankfully it didn’t take place and not only that they were all FREE
We caught the bus at 9.30 and got into the city an hour later, so we had time for a coffee before meeting Chris and Greg at 11.30, Today ...
... anybody doing less than a hundred. Near where the Murray River meets the sea the road turned inland, and the terrain became more hospitable. Small towns started to spring up as we approached South Australia's capital city, and the topography became more varied, and we ascended gradually before beginning a rapid descent down into Adelaide itself. Still watching the clock we navigated ourselves around the city's roads, and finally found the home of ...