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... of the mighty Murray river.
Now we head for to Langhorne Creek, the home to the oldest cabernet savignon grape vines.
Stopping at Strathalbyn another historic town. We stayed at Milang for a few nights.
The extreme hot weather conditions have now arrived in South Australia, so we move to the beaches of Kingston SE, Robe & Beachport. All small beach resorts, for good swimming & fishing. It is indeed very hot with temperatures ...
I left Renner Springs around 7am after a good nights sleep. I had been thinking I would hear roadtrains going past all night as we were right next to the highway, but didn't hear a thing until around 5.30am.
I am quite surprised to see so many caravans (saw about a dozen today) on the road heading north and a few going south. Not nearly as many as when I did the trip at end of June of course. There is no one stopping in the 'free' roadside stops that I ...
... on walks around lunchtime I am reminded of the usual advice in hot countries - stay out of the midday sun. That doesn't seem to apply here, certainly not on this tour! The walk at Kata Tjuta was another chance to see fine examples of geological spectacles. Alec and another guide described how 400 million years ago Australia was covered by the sea and the combination of rock and sand with the pressure of the water above created the mass that is Kata Tjuta. Over a period of ...
We pulled out of Tennant Creek just after 9, having had a bit of a restless night. The sky was clear and brilliant blue but there was a stiff breeze blowing as we headed south towards the Devil's Marbles (Karlu Karlu). The crosswind slowed us down a bit, along with an errant left turn into Davenport National Park about 15 kms before the Marbles. Once we were at ...
It was windy during the night and rain was imminent. After four very pleasant days in Alice Springs, it was time to move on. Our leg today is about 200kms, to a locality called Ti Tree where there is a roadhouse and caravan park. Jaffa and I went for a walk, but could not see any ti-trees, so I'm a little puzzled about the nomenclature. Tonight we are having our first barbecue of the trip so far.
We generally have a morning tea stop at a rest ...
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