Majestic Tynte Street Apartments
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... pubs and, of course, street entertainers. We had been there before in 2012. Rather than walk down the Mall, we tried to do something different this time. I had pulled a walking tour off the local government website, “The Multicultural Walking Trail”. It turned out to be a bust. The walk started well at Victoria Square, known as Tarndanyangga by the indigenous Kaurna people who “bore the brunt of ...
... it was only 10am!
We knew where we would be staying during our time in Adelaide, a cheap campsite right on the beachfront recommended to us by our camp friends in Sydney, Jonathan and Leena, but seeing as we had to drive through the centre anyway we decided to park up the car and have a sneak preview.
Our first impressions of the city was its likeness to cities in Europe. The buildings had ...
We further improved on our camp pack up time this morning (we've got it down to a fine art now), and headed in for a drive around the Clare Valley. The Clare Valley was a very pretty spot, with lots of natural bushland amongst the many wineries. We headed up to a great lookout with some spectacular views over the region.
We then headed on towards the Barossa Valley. We stopped in and had a look at the town of ...
So I've missed 3 months of travel up dates. Ended in Mauritius on 27 December then was back in UK for 17 nights which was good but very hectic. Flew to Melbourne on 15th January and stayed with fantastic friends where we have spent a weekend in Sydney and I have been shown round Melbourne and treated to many lovely places. Thanks to the Chapmans ...
What a long, long day. We were up early to check whether we had a new tree feature in the caravan - after the wind - luckily we didn't, so returning keys and getting on the road was pretty easy.
Our first stop was the Bunjil Shelter - an Aboriginal rock shelter painting which illustrates the legendary hero Bunjil, the creator, who, according to the 'dreaming' (it's very confusing - look it up), provided all needs. The ...