Majestic Minima Hotel
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... to see kangaroos and koalas. When we arrived at the park we were each given a large bag of treats for the animals. As we passed through a gate, there were quite a few kangaroos lounging around in shallow holes that they had dug out. It was nappy time for most of them.
We went over to one kangaroo and Rich began feeding it. I tried to feed it as well, but I guess his stomach was full. These kangaroos roam freely in a ...
Before leaving Adelaide we had a stop at Cleland Wildlife Park, which is a non-commercial establishment by the government where the animals can go freely and not being in closed cages. We had some fantastic moments with the animals, specially the kangaroos and Anders ...
... come to drive up business. Apparently just about anybody can put on a show. We met various people that tried to get us come see their shows and several seemed to be about nothing. We watched a preview show where a chick from the US/Canada tried Vegemite for the first time. She actually toasted some bread, spread it, and ate some. That was the show. What???? If you have never had Vegemite, don't try it! It is awful! It’s very salty and apparently ...
... over and over and over again...Out on the water was quite cool making the idea of jumping in the water much less appealing. Ry and I decided to observe the first swim and decide if we would fully commit or simply stay dry and watch the dolphins from our comfy perch atop the catamaran. With the second sighting of about three dolphins the swimmers were instructed to slip into the water, submerse their snorkel clade faces in the water and grip the rope pulling ...
Our activities for Friday and Saturday in Adelaide centred around wine, well the area is well known for it and who doesn't like wine!
On Friday we had opted for a full day Barossa valley wine tour, our bus picked us up at about 9am and after a couple of other pick-ups the twenty of us were on our way to the first of the wineries. We had to take a slightly less scenic route than normal, due to the bush fires, but ...