Clarion Hotel Soho
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... Gaol which had been converted into a hostel a few years ago. It was a really interesting place and surprisingly comfortable considering we were staying in an old cell. After advice from the owner we adventured into town after dark to see the bizarre sinkhole 'light and sound show' which had little light and no sound. So we left quickly and onto a different sinkhole where we had been told there were a family of possums. We were greeted by one very confident possum ...
... staple. Bill made me eat some. Yuck!!!
After the parade we saw our first show - a comedy act and then on Saturday night we saw one of the most popular circus style shows (no animals). It was hard to pick two out of all those performances. Fortunately we enjoyed both. The comedy was funny and quite dirty but of course what else would you expect from a show called Shaggers. The circus show had lots of impressive gymnastic and balancing acts, ...
... factory for a few samples. After a great welcome home by Kristian, who was waiting with welcoming bubbles, Josh cooked us a delicious dinner - thanks guys, this was a lovely evening.
6th - sadly this was the day to leave the guys, but also exciting because we were picking up a car and heading direct to the Barossa valley! We were lucky to make it to this area because the bush fires were still burning in Adelaide Hills which is close by, and many of the scenic roads ...
... and had a look around. There were skeletons of whales, dolphins and sharks by the entrance. We then headed off into the Aborigine part, where there was lots of their tools, boats and weapons. There was then some of their art, which wasn't that old (2007) and wasn't great. We went up a floor and there were more Aborigine things, mostly boomerangs this time, they were quite cool.
Moved up another floor and there were Ediacaran Fossils, then ...
Such a beautiful day in Adelaide today! Stunning weather.
We lazed the morning away chatting to Garry and Mandy. Easy way to share 12-3o minutes.
Dearest Mandy leant us her car so we drove to Glenelg to see the beach area, walk along the pier. Jacob decided he wanted to jump off the jetty ...