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We ate a very nice hot breakfast at the hotel this morning and then headed off with Ian the bus driver/guide for the Sealink tour called descriptively "A Taste of the Barossa and Hahndorf" for a day of wine tasting and sightseeing in Adelaide's famous wine country. Ian told us politely that he would point out a few sights along the way and then give us time to just enjoy the fabulous scenery. Then the dear man proceeded to ...
... unsure about and most of the ones we got right I was right there with them. This however still had no effect on the final standing, with the Red Hot Trivia Peppers coming in at a modest 3rd place, only 3 points behind the joint winners. But thanks to our pro wrestling obsessed team, some fine shooting in beer pong and our surprising knowledge of granny hobbies such as cross-stitching, embroidery, beading etc. we managed to bag ourselves 3 bonus prizes in the form ...
... pictures, laughed without stopping and had a wonderful afternoon. On the way back to the camp, we collected fire wood. It was rather a tree! And we bought Cider. Then we cooked dinner. Our tour guide couldn`t help, but hugging us all the time because he thought our group was so amazing. My nickname was settled: Schumi! Or troublemaker :D The back of the bus was the entertaining part of the journey. We were singing along to songs, we were ...
... last night and van had to be washed so headed to car wash. Shiny and clean, just like new. After grabbed a box of goon and headed back to park for another nights dinner with Dimitri and Tiffany.
Was such a funny night….accidentally ended up getting soooooooooo drunk. Antics escalated quickly, and don't particularly remember much - whoops. Bought a 5litre box of wine to last us a week, which they roughly had been ...
... was in for the night so we got some groceries in and settled down for the night with a nice meal, a couple of beers and watched some Aussie rubbish telly....with the air conditioner on of course...it was still very warm, but we were able to breath a lot easier......A couple of weeks ago the farm was evacuated because of the fires. This week they are flooded out......crazy crazy ...
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