Fullarton Motor Lodge
Travel Blogs from Adelaide
... More waiting!
This flight was smooth with very little turbulence. We had a delicious beef rending with mashed potatoes and peas - yum.
The late departure meant that we did not have as much time between flights as we thought we might. However this flight also left late and was totally full. We got a little worried when they said one piece of hand luggage ...
... to be a 7hr 20 min. trip to KL and I'm sad to say it went way too fast ! Airlines are so funny with their meals - we had 'lunch' at 9.45 and fortunately it was substantial, because we didn't receive any ...
... few in an area of forest that has been cut down, they were very well hidden inbetween the tree stumps. We got out of the car for a better look and what we thought was about 3 roos, suddenly the whole ground seemed to move and hundreds of them ran off! So we have seen and eaten Roo.
Today we went to Adelaide. They have the fringe on and this is very much like the Edinburgh fringe. Lots of street entertainment. Great fun sitting in the ...
... hot shower and no booming bass. Delightful! Melbourne itself is such an artsy city. I loved wandering around the masses of graffiti art on the walls and the free museums. But time flies by when you're having fun and rather sooner than later I found myself on a tour bus up north to Adelaide with 12 other girls and one lucky guy. Along the stunning coast of the great ocean road we went up the road crossing through the surfer towns, the start of billabong and rip curl, to end up at the ...
... main road about 20 minutes
from the campsite I am staying at. I was
diverted but managed to find my way – impressed? I am.
Thankfully I downloaded Australia on my TomTom! I’m staying near Goolwa Lake for a couple of
nights, mainly because I want to go to Kangaroo Island tomorrow and it’s just
up the road – and at long last – I will get to see a Kangaroo! At least I hope that’s why they gave the