Mansions On Pulteney
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... becoming the usual scenario for our Stuart Highway southbound journey, the wind was in our face the entire day making it another several hours of riding in a mini-peleton to allow ourselves a bit of respite. It was 250km from Coober Pedy to the next roadhouse, so this was another bush camping night. The area we were camping in was fairly decent and allowed us all to spread out and have our own little plot of land to pitch our tents in, but the howling wind made it a fairly ...
... That’s a long time considering Australia’s relative youth. Of course it is well renowned for its Shiraz and from the nearby Eden valley, for its Riesling. But now Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Grenache, Semillon production are all contributing to Barossa’s world standing. The climate of the Barossa area is Mediterranean with cool, wet winters and warm, dry summers. Harvest takes place between February and ...
... where we stop for a lunch snack and some backpack campgrounds along the way to break the monotonous slog downhill. My knees are holding up pretty well with all the walks we do so far. But if there is one thing that they are not happy with it is a continuous gradual downhill, and as we move along I can feel some pain starting to rise. Steep downhill, or ups and downs, no problem, but please not this. Unfortunately, this is what it is.
When we reach the bottom ...
Traveling is good, figuring out what you have done last week and keeping track of everything I have done and the places I have been to and the people I met is a bit harder when moving every few days. I think I need to start with the Ghan train experience, which was quite amazing. It was with mixed feelings first, that I started this ride, as Australia is so huge and some people said it could be disappointing and boring, but once you sit in that ...
On the way to Adelaide we had a malfunction on our Mac computer so when we arrived there we hightailed to the Apple Store and then to Telstra and had good service from them both.
No time for any sightseeing but we got back to the train in time. On the way to Adelaide we were surprised to see that the country was very green, and that area was also one of the largest barley growing places in Australia. The barley ...