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... This is another piece of history that I was not aware of. From here we visited the South Australia Museum and spent some time in the Aboriginal Cultures Gallery, again very interesting, trouble is there are not enough hours in the day to see everything and we have only scratched the surface. We were very impressed with Adelaide, a good mixture of old and new, very vibrant and attractive with a lot of history. Well worth the ...
... We wanted to get past Adelaide today but they way the day had gone it wasn't going to happen. After leaving Mt Gambier the distances between towns and fuel seemed to get longer. So we made sure we always had about half a tank at all times. Tour guide Bridget had found us a free campsite just South of Adelaide in a town called Meadows. As we got closer it became very scenic. The road was surrounded by gum trees (eucalyptus) and with the ...
... seats that other sharp minded travellers had nabbed for themselves! On em! My bum went numb after 5 hours and the full sized old pillow (that I planned to leave on the plane) proved to be a life saver! Andrew slept practically the whole flight as usual, oblivious to my constant wriggly re-arrangement. Uneventful flight. Most interesting experience for me occurred while waiting for the loo. A young Arab man asked me if I was ...
... would say Gary and my attention span was lacking.
Now I ask you who do you know who would look at a map to figure out the driving directions to the Barossa Valley and immediately spot in almost invisible font a Classic Jets Fighter Museum at the Parafield airport?
The Museum was enroute and the two fellows at the Museum, after warning us about the snake in the garden happily showed us a Sabre Jet, a Mirage 3, a bi-plane Tiger Moth which had ...
... Henley Beach. All along the esplanade there are beautiful homes that have great views over the ocean and there is a large selection of cafes to choose from, all of which were quite busy despite it being midweek. Doesn't anyone work anymoreJ?
Next morning we drove to Port Adelaide where according to the brochures, South Australia came ashore. The heritage buildings make up one of the nation’s finest period collections with some buildings dating back ...