Grand Chifley Adelaide
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... shore after a day of fishing. And as darkness falls they arrive in their hundreds and they just keep coming. I think our ranger counted more than 350 while we sat there and then we took a wonderful walk back to the centre with little penguins running alongside us. Magical!
Tough to come down from such a beautiful high that the penguins provided but it was time to move on again the next day to head into Melbourne. Bring on the Aussie Open and wall to wall tennis for the next 2 weeks!
... busy. We had a brief wander around then found ourselves a nice place to stop for lunch. Then we walked along the beachfront and enjoyed the sun and sea views for a while before finishing off with an ice cream.
We headed back, dropped off my aunt and said our goodbyes to the family for this visit. It's been great catching up with them over the last few days.
To be continued....
... half an hour to spare?! Whew! Lucky Chris is an excellent driver!.....
We were spewing that we never got to see the Murray Mouth and Goolwa, but maybe when we return with Teriann in late Jan on the way home?
We took the soft option once again and booked a cabin for the night (even nicer than the first one) due to the late time of night, and the continuing rain. Yeah, very soft, I know, but it had been a loooong day.... We had a quick look at the ...
... another place to leave our money!
Oh boy what a night!!!
However, nothing, but nothing was going to dampen our spirits today. Nothing. We were in for a big treat and we knew it. Adelaide. We love Adelaide. Not only that we are going to see buddies Ian and Sally which we are very much looking forward to. However we are also going to be visiting a mate of Allan's from his College days at RAAF Point Cook. Haven't seen or heard ...
... but it is Australia, and not Germany hence the confusing language mix.
Our first Barossa destination is Tanunda, which we reach via the Seppeltsfield Road. The Seppeltsfield Road is named after the Seppelt family who owned this part of the valley a long time ago. The Seppelt Winery is still there. What makes this road a bit special is that a long time ago someone planted palmtrees along both sides. These palms have grown big and now this road is an ...