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We landed in Adelaide at 8pm after our flight from Dubai. Thankfully I got some sleep which made the trip less onerous but has also meant I've woken early this morning. It was a great surprise to run into Sharon, Tom and Callum at the airport. They were there to pick up Tom's sister who was on our flight. I haven't seen them for some time and I must ensure I drop in on them next time I'm in Adelaide, they are great people and are the first friends I made when I moved ...
At 9am I finally boarded the plane from Perth to Adelaide, arriving in Adelaide at 1.30am. I caught the bus from the airport to the city, then had a short 15min walk to my hostel. Really nice hostel, slightly out of all the hustle and bustle of the town. I checked in and ditched bags ...
... wind was too strong for the bigger exhibition kites and on the second day we attended, the wind was not strong enough. However what we saw was beautiful. There is something lovely and serene about kite flying. We were tempted to buy a kite to take on this trip as they are so much fun, but decided against it, maybe we will get one or two on the road as we did last time. A total of three and a bit weeks in Adelaide takes us to our next stop, ...
Chris and Liam left early with Chris expecting to be back by 11.30am, we will then drop Bobbie off at her daughter Karen's for the day while we go off to the Compass Cup. As expected we never got to see the Tour Down Under but hey they would only have sped past us at the speed of light so no worries as they say here.
Before going in it was lunch at the bakery with the statutory Australian meat ...
A quieter day today, Dan and Chris were up early watering the garden and we all got up around 8o-clock early for us these days. Once we were all up and had breakfast, I went with Karen to pick up Dymphna for the day, it was lovely to see her again but her memory is a bit of a problem but she's still as outspoken as she was as funny as she was when she was in the UK. Bless her at 92 she’s still living on her own with help from Karen. On route ...