Crowne Plaza Adelaide
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... met by Pat and Paul who had organised a very full programme for us. We were whisked off to the very aptly named Mount Lofty, with fantastic views over the city and then on to a wildlife park where we saw all the favourite australian animals - koalas, emus, kangaroos, wombats and bandicoots. These have a really cute name but look alarmingly like fat rats!
The next day we headed ...
... 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 ...
... but Xaf’ just made fun about my enthusiasm. You have to appreciate the small things in life!). We went crazy today and took a real campsite with proper showers for tonight – actually it was the first shower since Darwin (it is quite difficult to find public showers in the desert). And even the dinner was fancy: pasta, spinach and cheese. It was really tasty indeed! And thanks to the lights in front of the restrooms we didn’t even have to cook in the dark.
... tipsy as well, maybe the fact it's 40 degrees doesn't help either. Fi has to pop into work for a few hours so we go with her and help be actors in a film she is putting together for Adelaide university. Richard mets us here as well and we all go for a drink at a cool bar that looks like it should be a shack on a beach somewhere. We only have one evening with them so we go out for some pizza and drinks and then go back to the house and relax and catch up with ...
... We were being overloaded with useful information!!!It was time to get out of there while we could still see the door and go for a coffee! Refreshed we made our way to the Botanical Gardens to soothe our weary brains in the rose garden before heading back to the hotel. Caught the free bus that circles around the city for an hour, great way to see city centre and some of the inner suburbs. Before arriving in Adelaide Chris had booked a ...