Jasper Motor Inn

17 Jasper St, Hyde Park, Adelaide, South Australia, 5061, Australia
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Cashflow Club in Adelaide?

by lovinoz


Is anyone in Adelaide familiar with the book Rich Dad Poor Dad written by Robert Kiyosaki? If so, I'm wondering if anyone would like to meet up to play his Cashflow 101 Board Game sometime?


Re: Cashflow Club in Adelaide?

by shabbar1983

Hi Danielle
Are you still active on this forum? Are you still looking for someone to play Cashflow 101 game with?


Re: Cashflow Club in Adelaide?

by lovinoz

Hi Shabar,

Yes and yes. Are you in the Adelaide area - which suburb? Have you played the game before and read any of his books?

Will not be able to play in the very near future, as we've just packed up our flat in preparation of moving in april.

You can write back to my email address: ocpcw@yahoo.com


Travel Tips for Adelaide

Lovely Rainbow lorikeets

by hennanights

Rainbow lorikeets live in most Australian forests and woodlands and they like to visit cities, gardens and park lands. These lovely little birds are normally seen in groups of 10 or so forging for food on the floor although they are more at home in the trees. In the trees they can group in the high numbers of around 1000. They are blossom-feeders, eating the nectar and pollen, as well as fruit, leaf buds and insects on the trees. They have small hairs on their tongues which the pollen sticks to. When you disturb them they can be quite vocal in letting you know. The produce a high squawk which insights them all to join in. They also constantly chatter to one another when moving around. They give the impression of being naughty and belligerent. But they are loyal often pairing for life.

Esperanto Group Active and...

by ozzi

Esperanto Group Active and well alive. Meetings regularly each monday 7.30 PM till 9.30 PM at Quackers House. (Religious Society of Friends) at Pennington Terrace, Adelaide, next to St Peter's Anglican Cathedral. Easy to find. Theatres, Cinemas, Several museums, close to city placed Zoological Gardens. Several universities ect.

Boer War Memorial

by dlandt

Australia in general seems to have a lot of War Memorials, with Gallipoli in the forefront, though WWI as a whole seems to be treated with reverence. Less common is a memorial to the Boer War, like the one seen here. If what we know now about the Boer War was known at the time, I'm not sure they would have erected this monument, but as it stands, its there.

Its on North at King William, so its really not all that off the beaten path. The statue is however, not very conspicuous and you could overlook it if you weren't watching.

central markets

by subu51 about n/a

this is the main market of adelaide.. where you'll find fresh produce and some little stalls where you can buy little momentos.. alot of little souvenier shops..

and its Late night shopping in the City of Adelaide on Friday, until around 9pm.

Secret all-night dance club in the West End

by PetStarr about Mile High Club

Not many people know about this place, but it's a gem because after all the other clubs have closed, this little beauty is usually still kicking on until morning - it opens at 3am. Hidden away in the top floor of a building called Basement, you will have to brave a walk along the the seedier part of Hindley st to get there (it's worth it, be brave) but at 5am you're probably just concentrating on walking straight anyway... :) The seats, complete with traytables, are all taken from an old aeroplane, and every once in a while a stewardess will take your drink order. This place is TINY and if you can get a seat, power to you, but if not just break out on the dance floor to the excellent dance music. Or take a breather on the mini balcony out the back. None.


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 Jasper Motor Inn

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Address: 17 Jasper St, Hyde Park, Adelaide, South Australia, 5061, Australia