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Recovering well from my trip to Adelaide; interesting city and countryside surrounding. Very different to Melbourne and Sydney.

It's a place probably of low interest to young tourists, but if you're not looking for clubs and parties but sightseeing and relaxation - very nice. Hired a Kia Cerato to drive around; horrible auto box.

Was made to wear one of those wrist devices in bed, which is supposed to stop snoring by delivering a small electric shock when it thinks you are (the idea being you stir slightly and roll over). If you accidentally set it to "max" it's like an electric fence! :eek: Apparently it generally worked.

I have to apologise to people here for a lack of photos. Much of the time I'd used my phone for the GPS; it flattens the battery too fast and therefore I was without a camera. Should've taken the proper GPS.

Anyhow - time to finish fitting the Parrot kit to the Berlingo, and the air horns...
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#2
That shock devices sounds good better than the misses giving you a kick .What is a Parrot kit? addo.
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#3
Hello addo welcome back we missed your knowledge and wit glad you enjoyed the sightseeing and electrotherapy :eek:
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Hi Roly, the Parrot kit is a Bluetooth hands-free adaptor for my radio. A very basic version, all that's really needed.
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(22-02-2014, 04:05 PM)Jed Clampit Wrote:  Hello addo welcome back we missed your knowledge....

We did??? Oh sorry...We did. Yes definitely :wave:

I have a parrot kit too:

   
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I always suspected you had a cocka too.:whistle:Rolleyes
Strawberry flavoured windows  Dodgy
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