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... Gardens which were the same standard as any other pretty gardens - but with Black Swans, Cockatoos, Corella's and Galah's. It all sounds very exotic, but out in Australia the Parrot type birds are a menance, ruining crops and generally being uncouth.
We passed back through some of the trendy bits of central Adelaide and made our way to Adelaide Market to soak up the atmosphere and find some bargains, before returning home.
... run as soon as we got there. Nedge's new home is gorgeous but it was her new cricket set that the boys loved so we had a game of beach cricket. Jacob and Moff actually went swimming. Water was cold! We all just paddled!
We enjoyed dinner all together and then us grown ups sat up and talked about Camp Quality till way too late. Nedge,is such a lovely CQ Manager and friend.
... stroll around the Adelaide Zoo. The hippos were active and it was good to re-visit the Giant Pandas - Funi and Wang Wang. A great free activity, as we were able to use our Melbourne Zoo membership.
Back to the caravan park for the afternoon to watch the AFL Grand Final - Sydney v Hawthorn. Mikaela and Harry were happier to play in the playground. Jesse lasted nearly 2 quarters before he joined them!
... stop for nine and a half hours (minus our actual wine tasting, lunch and the hour we had to wander alone through Hahndorf.) We learned everything there was to know about every jack town, village, hamlet, borough and roadstop from Tea Tree Gully to the Octaparunga River. By the last "... it was named after his good friend yadda yadda who died in a plane crash and it has a general store and a Lutheran Church, etcetera ..." my head ...
The international airport was open but still under construction (at least internally) so once we had arrived, checked in, immigrated etc, what met us in the international section was in some ways littered with shops to seek you handbags but very few to serve you a meal. We took our time, tried to spend remaining IRP's (failed) and found a quiet spot away from the hubbub to rest. Things we learned. There is seemingly no size they won't ...