Majestic Minima Hotel
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... at the British museum when we thought there must be more important features than what we had seen. We perused the souvenirs in the gift shop only to discover that the slab of unremarkable rock we had wandered by in the Egyptian collection was no other than the actual Rosetta Stone!
Using this criteria alone it is not that obvious how significant Mawson is. Sure there was a $30 book detailing the knitting instructions ...
Watching the planes get ready to take off, while having pancakes and coffee in the Qantas Club.
Got to skip the huge line at check in, we have all our boarding passes both for our Adelaide to Sydney and our Sydney to Los Angeles flight.
Our sydney flight will be beginning boarding at 5.50 ready for a 6am flight.
Will be a long flight to LA, but am looking forward to flying onboard an ...
... the ~40km/hour (~25mph) pace and Bill started tailgating and looking for questionable places to pass. He didn’t take too many risks but I’m sure he would have preferred to be driving his Infiniti G37 vs the underpowered Nissan SUV we rented. Between the curves, Bill’s semi-aggressive driving and trying to read guidebooks on the next place to stop and hike or see a view, I was feeling a little nauseous.
Our first stop was Bell's ...
So we got to our campsite yesterday which has permanent tents with beds and a fan, so I had a choice of sleeping in the tent or the swag, chose the tent probably the worst choice as the smoke alarm was broken and went off consistently every 30 seconds throughout the night! Name of the place we are staying is Yarra which houses Uluru also known as Ayres Rock. So I have learnt that it is disrespectful to the indigenous ...
... flights were delayed and they didn’t arrive until the cricket was overL
Next day we had arranged to meet M & S in the Adelaide Hills hamlet of Stirling and from there they were going to show us around the Barossa Valley. The hills district is dotted with beautiful little towns, we did a quick drive through Hahndorf and then made our way out to the Barossa. First stop (and my favourite for the day) was Maggie Beers Farmhouse. We taste tested ...