Tatts Backpackers Adelaide City
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Meine drei Wochen in Adelaide sind nun auch vorbei und ich bin mir noch
nicht ganz sicher, wann ich wieder zurueck gehen werde.
Diesmal verging die Zeit unglaublich schnell, obwohl ich eigentlich nicht
viel gemacht habe in Adelaide. Weswegen ich zuerst auch nicht wirklich einen
Anslass fand euch zu schreiben. …
... We got on the plane, whilst people were still getting off, so the plane was dirty. There were crumbs on the seats.
Once we took off we decided we wanted some food, there was a mini pie, sausage roll and coke for $10, so got that. Had to wait ages for it as the oven at the front was broke so they had to use the back one... You can tell Jetstar is a cheap airline. The fight was 3 hours long, I fell asleep for a fair bit, ...
... of cycling by time for our whole tour, but unlike the longest day it was a thoroughly pleasant day out, and I didn't feel like I wanted to just lie down and die. It also helped that our campsite was just across from a lovely cricket pitch, and Saturday matches were in progress. The ride into Adelaide the following day was another treat, with a spectacular trek through a section called Gorge Road that climbed up and then dropped steeply into the sides of river-carved gorge. ...
... way and finding a cache along the way as well. So we have lunch and hang out until the 2pm tour. We enter the mine via a side shaft where the entire group is made to wear hard hats and helmet lights. The tunnels are built for the Cornish miners from the middle 19th century, who were more of Helen’s stature than mine. So for me it is a bit of a stooped trip through the tunnels. But nevertheless very interesting. The method of mining is explained, how ...
... a classic Apple Strudel and Chas had a "Honey Roll" (basically a yeast donut bar rolled in sugar, split and filled with a honey laced whipped cream. Good thing I could only eat half of mine - they may have had to roll me down Mt. Lofty to Adelaide.
We bid a fond farewell to Ian and politely thanked him for the very informative tour and were back to the hotel by 5:30pm ... where we vowed never to eat again.