Buffalo Motor Inn
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... Aleisia and Flynn, who were heading home on the same flight which meant we had company in the departure lounge with whom to play cards while we drank a breakfast wine....hey. Don't judge, we are on holiday. The Air New Zealand flight had been purchased what felt like, an eternity ago and, even though we arrived extra early, we didn't realise our ticket numbers till we boarded. We were not sitting together. We didn't think we needed to ask and very nearly played ...
... he’s been sent to his room for twelve months. The result is lots of pacing and prowling, much to the delight of the crowds.
It’s around three in the afternoon when we finally run the gauntlet of that dangerous minefield called the Zoo Shop. We steel ourselves and make a dash between the shelves of cuddly hippo toys and burst onto the street. Murray is looking poorly and looks ready to collapse. “What can we ...
... were tons of food stalls, vendors, show venues, and a carnival. It was a good place to spend Valentines Day.
We liked Adelaide. It was a nice balance of Sydney and Melbourne. Not too sophisticated and not too funky. Of course it helped that I loved the apartment. We’re now off to stop 4 of our Australian tour, Port Lincoln.
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... up and we got on, it was a bit of a squeeze as everyone seems to get it to go to Glenelg for the beach. Manage to pay for a ticket using the machine. Was about a 40 minute tram ride, which we had to stand up for!
Got off the tram 1 stop too early, only realised this when we looked at the map. We walked down to the hostel, it was a really nice looking building. We checked in and were given a room, wandered up to the room, ...
Today we landed in a little bit of Europe.... Hahndorf. This is a wonderful town which is the oldest surviving German settlement in Australia and maintains a very German feel to it with it's architecture, food and beer. We visited here once before when visiting family near Adelaide and decided we should come back while on this trip as it is such a unique place. The campsite is on ...