Majestic Tynte Street Apartments
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... a tour of the vineyards as we never quite got round to that in New Zealand and there are so many vineyards in Adelaide. It's perfect you get to try as many wines as you want and you don't have to buy one if you don't want to. We stuck to red wine all day and Chris and I chose our favourite and get one for when we finish walking to everest base camp. I think in the end we went to 4 different vine yards all with amazing wine. Considering your only trying you manage to ...
... away forming vertical bluffs. It is like an immense fortress with the battlements pointing outward. Mount Ohlssen Bagge is one of the peaks on the rim of the pound, not the highest. That is St. Mary’s Peak at well over 1100m. But that is a 21km walk, beyond the abilities of my wobbly knees, not to mention Helen’s temporarily hurt foot. Mt Ohlssen is enough of a challenge at 6.5km and over 400m rise.
It is a beaut of a walk. It starts with ...
... us of places back home. Our next stop was at the 'Bird In Hand' winery. No trip to the Adelaide Hills would be complete without visiting a winery. This was one of the larger winery's with a reasonable size tasting area and a very nice restaurant overlooking the vineyards. Of course we had to taste some of the wines, there were too many to try them all, and purchase some samples. We continued on and ended up at Hahndorf, again very busy. After finding somewhere to park, ...
... we were successful and we have got an upgrade for the long stretch of the flight to the US. We have also booked a smart car to take us as both Paul and Richard are unable to do so. So everything is done and we are almost on our way. John is now talking about booking the Ghan trip for next year once we return home. I saw in yesterday's mail an offer for a free flight to Darwin and then the Ghan home so I am hoping that will be on offer when we get back to help save some ...
... distractions or commitments just to get up everyday and live with your thoughts. While our thoughts are consumed with flying out of Australia and preparations, in the quieter moments we can at least be happy just to sit and enjoy things that slowly pass the days.
It is actually a good job we came back early to apply for our passports, the UK unknown to us is in the middle of a passports issuing crisis, and even though we ordered Sharon's twelve weeks before we ...