Goolwa Central Motel
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To quote Withnail and I 'we've gone on holiday by mistake' or in context 'we came back to Adelaide in winter by mistake'
After five years with no English winter we have finally gone soft, the weather is actually lovely this time of year and there were times in the north we dreamed of cold winter days down south. Now we are here we just can't get warm, we have finally acclimatised!
After we left Streaky Bay we drove through the wine valleys in the north, ...
Today we heading off to Goolwa where the mouth of the mighty Murray can be seen.
Along our trip we first had to cross the Murray on the Wellington ferry, the first ferry crossing of the river Murray and has been offering travelers continuous service for about 170 years. The free, three minute service is part of the Fleurieu Way a signed travel route around the Peninsula.
... KI produce, the honey ice cream and marron lunch would rate very high. We parted from Hilary and Bruce at Cape K Nervi s after two wonderful weeks travelling together and are now on our homeward journey for Easter with our wonderful family. We have had an amazing journey and now looking forward to seeing our friends and being home once again, giving our cute grandchildren lots of hugs. Thank you Hilary and Bruce for an amazing time with you. Regards Karen and ...
Everyone had to be up early today as we have to be out of the house by 10am, just had to make sure all the washing up was done and that the house was relatively clean. Made it in good time and Chris suggested going the scenic way home.
First stop was the viewing point at The Bluff which gave you some fantastic views of the bays and golden beaches. Then it was on to Bert Puxley's Reservice and a stop in ...
... one again.
After fishing we all went down to the other side of town where Christ, Liam and the boys went kayaking while, Karen. Bobbie, Paul and I sat in the riverside restaurant having lunch and a glass of wine, all very civilized. They were out on the river for an hour it was time for our daily trip to the brewery before heading back to the house.
Then on to see the ...