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... including one Kathmandu item we bought for our upcoming NZ trip. But our quick stop was made longer by the discovery of a yoghurt explosion in the backpack. Out came the baby wipes to deal with the disaster. (For all you wondering what a family with two boys over 8 is doing carrying baby wipes, have a baby or two and use the wipes for a few years and you'll realise they are indispensable.) We considered momentarily leaving ...
... from our hotel. We've heard that you should eat where the locals eat and we can vouch for that. The place was a family business and the staff were very helpful and the food was delicious. I had a beautiful traditional Greek salad and Matt tried the fried squid which he thought might be calamari rings but turned out to be the whole thing! All in all we have had an interesting first couple of days, and we are looking forward to exploring one of the oldest cities in the world ...
... River to Hindmarsh Island (tick - another Island) and to the mouth of the Murray River. It is hard to imagine that the Murray River travels such a distance. The mouth of the Murray River is only a small opening and each year they pump sand to keep it open.
We have all enjoyed Adelaide. There has been such a lot to do and see and such a great deal of history in the area. We all now realise that we are so close to the Victorian border and getting close to home. ...
... The only tramline in town is still running to the bay from Adelaide although they have retired the last of the old rattlers now.
It was great to catch up over dinner and Steffie had her first Chicken Parmigiana, which is a schnitzel with a bolognaise and cheese sauce. Its pretty popular in Adelaide, but unheard of in Germany! I enjoyed my Salt and Pepper Squid, which is also hard to find in the old country. Some things you just think are universal!
... Levi Caravan Park allowed us to use the camp kitchen as a base for the day, and to hang our tent to dry in their garage. By mid-afternoon we were packed and ready. The taxi arrived (although the driver stayed firmly in his seat away from the rain instead of helping us with our bags, so no tip for him!), and we were on our way to Adelaide Train Station to board The Indian Pacific.
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