Adelaide International Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Port Augusta, so when we reach it it is still early in the afternoon. Along the road we pass the Pitchie Ritchie heritage train that runs once a week from Pt. Augusta to Quorn. A beautiful steam train kept in working order by a group of enthousiastic hobbyists. From Quorn a side road leads us to our first encounter with the Flinders Ranges, an outcrop called "The Dutchman’s Stern". For the name only we had to visit. The name refers to the typical sailing ships ...
... if we would see another, we jumped out of the car and got a snap. They are big buggers. Chef Paul rustled up a spag bol for tea. We both tasted it while he was cooking it to see what we thought. Thumbs up from both of us. Then the bombshell. It was quorn. I was livid, gutted, cheated, embarrassed. How could this be? I know my taste buds are simple but surely I would know the difference between vegetarian tripe and quality mince? ...
Today was a cold and overcast day and it must have been only about 12 degrees max. It stayed like that all day although it didn't seem as bad later this afternoon. Maybe we've just become used to it.
Paul went down to Woolworths and bought a few breakfast things so we didn't have to go out and buy breakfast. We did a bit of sorting out and ironing of clothes so we'd be ready to pack everything up again tonight.
I bundled up my Darwin clothes to post back so I'd have ...
All in all it was a good afternoon and we enjoyed what we saw of Adelaide as we drove back down North Terrace and Anzac Avenue and back to Glenelg. While Mum had a rest Paul and I went for a walk to the supermarket to get a few breakfast supplies. We went along the Glenelg Esplanade and into Jetty Road. There were lots of hotels and apartments, and further along a Ferris wheel and a big fun park with an old-fashioned carousel. An ice-skating rink had been set ...
... CBD enjoying the fact that the Adelaide public transport systems offers both a smart card for the regular users and a paper day ticket for visitors like me. Well done you guys!!!!!
It was the day of the Showdown between the opposing local tribes of Adelaide and their fierce rival from the Port. I harboured the idea of catching some of the later stages assuming they may throw the gates open during the last quarter. I also assumed a game of this ...