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Oceania » Australia » South Australia » Adelaide » one tree hill February 28th 2013

Hallo an alle Zurückgebliebenen, ich gebe es zu: Ich schäme mich! Ich schäme mich in Grund und Boden, dass ich 4 Monate nichts von mir hören lassen habe. Es ist einfach sooooooo viel passiert, dass ich nicht wusste, wo ich anfangen soll. Ich fange jetzt einfach mal bei der Gegenwart an und arbeite mich in den folgenden Blogs langsam zurück in die Vergangenheit. :-) Also...wie die meisten wissen, bin ich seit einer Weile in Adelaide. Warum? Ich habe ein gutes Jobangebot von meinem Chef bekommen, habe es angenommen und wurde deshalb als "Manager-Trainee" nach Adelaide geschickt. So...hier bin ich nun schon seit 6 Wochen und sehr viel gibt es nicht zu berichten. Ich war nahezu rund um die Uhr arbeiten. Doch nun sind es nur noch 2 Arbeitstage und ich habe meine Mission erfolgreich abgeschlossen. Für ... read more
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Oceania » Australia » South Australia » Adelaide » one tree hill December 9th 2008

Ok, so I've finally got the photos up of the Wicked Camper and Adelaide today! We arrived in New Zealand on Sunday evening...we were greated by my auntie Jayn (dad's sis) and my cousin Phil. Have been here a couple of nights and it's so good to catch up with Jayn....so Dan has told me I have to catch up on my blog. We left Adelaide on Sunday so I must do my blog on Adelaide!!! We travelled from Melbourne to Adelaide in the Wicked Camper in 5 days and covered 1200kms...was so much fun. Doug and Linda met us at the Wicked Depot in Adelaide on Friday 28th Nov, we did a shop run and then chatted and had a lovely bbq...we had the choice of pasta or barbie..i chose bbq on dan's behalf because ... read more

Oceania » Australia » South Australia » Adelaide » one tree hill September 23rd 2008

1 532 km! Fair Dinkum! This entry is a page about the trip that Michelle made to South Australia the 2nd week that we were here. The purpose of the trip was to meet up with Wendy Golder of the Digital Bridge Unit, a branch of the South Australian Government and to visit the communities that showed an interest in being part of Michelle's study. Wendy and Michelle covered over 1600 kms in three days and saw three very different areas of South Australia. First was the Yorke Pennisula and Point Pearce. This area is about 3.5 hours northwest of Adelaide. It is situated right on the ocean and has some beautiful beaches and jetties that stretch out into the ocean. At the jetty in Port Victoria, people were fishing for squid and the dolphins were ... read more
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