Anchorage at Victor Harbor
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... the foreshore of Victor Harbor. Having a Shopper Docket for one $6.50 lunch at the famous Victor Carvery, we enjoyed a delicious three course lunch. Needing to walk off this feast, we decided to climb The Bluff. There are no formed walking tracks up to the summit and the ground was slippery under foot after the recent rain. The stunning view of Encounter Bay and granite islands from the top made it worth the effort.
... to the skeleton rattle of the palms and watching the clouds scudding across the moon, while Gerry went to fetch the car. In the far distance the chanting of prayers filtered gently through the trees, and you feel the spicy strangeness, the rough magic of Asia calling out to you, whispering its goodbyes...calling you back.
Through the magic of time travel, and a long layover in Kuala Lumpur (our fifth time here (i think)), we are catapulted several ...
... is at the gateway to the Barossa Valley, without question that was on our sightseeing agenda. We found the Two Hands Cellar Door, a small winery, to have great reds, which Dennis just couldn't resist. Our last day was a trip to Glenelg via bus and tram, the day was cool and overcast but no rain.
15-17 Jan 15 Normanville on the Fleurieu Peninsula: Normanville is only 117km from Dalkeith. We travelled to miss the city which took us ...
... chip lunch we headed off further around the coast to Goolwa to see the Mouth of the River Murray (which is the biggest river in Aus)...not really worth it. We arrived in Strathalbyn about 5pm and the hotel looked like one of those saloons from a western. I went to the bar and had a few beers whilst the AFL was on and then headed up to bed about 9:30pm. On waking, the weather had picked up so we had a lovely walk around the town. There was a very ...
... Beach) about 2.30 to be greeted with another welcome reward for my meticulous planning. It is absolutely perfect, with views of the ocean and tasteful touches of beach house shabby chic. Our wonderful hosts had provided a McLaren Vale shiraz, as well as organic fairtrade coffee, milk and juice, a loaf of light rye from the local bakery, real butter (in a cute-as crystal dish with a lid) and Berenberg strawberry jam ...