Adelaide International Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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9th & 10th April
Our latest patch of grass is at Glenelg near Adelaide. It was wonderful to see the sun come out in the afternoon. This caravan park is right on West Beach and is paradise for children. The park has multiple pools, jumping pillows, water parks, games rooms (sadly no ping pong tables to test out our news bats), face painting, pedal carts and so much more. We love that it is on the beach and the ...
... have both packed and repacked their cases many times over the past few days, and are now going about their business this morning with that strange nervous tension that only the "truly prepared" can understand. Murray and I, on the other hand, reckon we can blitz a round of golf and still have plenty of time to throw a few things together before we leave.
You may be surprised to hear that we not only ...
... busy. We had a brief wander around then found ourselves a nice place to stop for lunch. Then we walked along the beachfront and enjoyed the sun and sea views for a while before finishing off with an ice cream.
We headed back, dropped off my aunt and said our goodbyes to the family for this visit. It's been great catching up with them over the last few days.
To be continued....
... ever as 35 re-invigorated cyclists appeared over the space of a few hours and all bought coffee, cake and several items of clothing. His free wifi meant that people hung out there longer than normal for a lunch stop too. The post-lunch route to Jamestown took us deep into farming country and as far as the eye could see were fields of wheat. The scale of the farms is incredible compared to Britain, and the harvesting machinery is equally super-sized. The following day out ...
... so well! It was hard to believe that only the day before, we had been out in Singapore wandering around China Town, trying to find duck tape to fix my damaged suitcase and a new camera strap. We were successful in no time - I think you could buy just about anything in China Town! Later, Andreas met us and he took us to the Gardens by the Bay. Inside a glass and steel construction, they had built a spectacular ( everything in Singapore was spectacular ) tropical ...