Adelaide International Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Another hot day in South Australia and an early rise, 5.30am to go off and see the Bottlenose and Common Dolphin.
We arrived at Glenelg, just outside the centre of Adelaide and got parked up. Glenelg is the place to be in Adelaide, with a nice marina, long white sandy beach and hip shops. The boat trip set off just after 7.30am and immediately having boarded the boat we saw a dolphin in the marina. I wondered whether this might ...
... quiet, there were no shops or cafes to commercialise such a nice place, just a few villa style apartments dotted about - the beauty of living in such a quiet and unknown area I guess. Unfortunately, the waves were poor and it was quite late in the day so instead of hiring surf boards, we used scottys old body boards and managed to hire wetsuits for half a day (much to the shop owners annoyance). The next day us four and Kath and Ian went over to Kangaroo Island! We ...
... and is planning a trip to Cambodia next year. Add to that, she holds down not one, but two jobs while getting her drivers permit. We celebrated her birthday at Craig and Glenda's last Saturday with an authentic Australian barbeque: lamb, sausage, steak, chicken and beef satay (and, of course, Chris brought the wine). Last night we went to Bianca's high school graduation. Here, in Australia, high school is 5 years, starting with the 8th grade. ...
... We gradually make our way north and end the day at the world famous Prairie Hotel in Parachilna. We have heard that even the rich and famous go out of their way to stay here for a night, and someone in the early days of our trip recommended it to us as a “must stay” location. So we intend to stay here. Not camping, we hope to get a cabin with an ensuite as Helen still cannot walk very easily (although is definitely is improving!). As a bit of deja-vu, ...
... especially with airpoints. Yeah! My first step is in the wrong order I realise, after I booked my flight before I buy my rail pass. The Overlander from Melbourne to Adelaide now only goes once a week on Saturday. And I fly on Saturday, so I have to spend a week in Melbourne first, not really a problem, never been there. time to explore. On Sunday one can travel anywhere in Melbourne for $6. A very good way to try out public transport at leisure, we should try that ...