Mantra Hindmarsh Square Adelaide
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... of the Tauber and Main rivers. We return to our ship and enjoy time at leisure,taking advantage of the onboard facilities as we glide along the Main River. As the sun sets watch the glittering lights of medieval towns glide past as we cruise through the ...
... used to live here...I'm walking where dinosaurs used to". We all walked down to the bottom of the gourge and the kids swam in a water hole. Bri managed to walk the whole way back up the very steap track! Ed did too but he found many interesting rocks on the way so we took a bit longer. Once it got dark the potter roos came out. Odviously very used to people around they came right up to the table to look for food. This had the ...
... the hills, and we were lucky enough to see two male kangaroos boxing! After lunch, we carried on the afternoon with the same theme as the morning, more awesome off road driving, more kangaroos, and more awesome stories from our new friend Ben.
After the tour was done and we were heading back North towards the city, we turned off of the main road to go drop off the trailer at his parents house. We arrived and he unhooked the trailer, we assumed that was all that we were doing ...
... countries never really go off and find things. Anyway, I’m glad I did because on my route I found a dead brown snake. I thought it was just the skin, but it wasn’t. I could see the spine through a damaged area of the tail/ neck….if you can tell me where the neck ends and the tail begins on a snake, I’ll buy you a beer.
I tried to pry its mouth open to see some fangs, but ended up pulling the top half of its head off. I also found a type of fruit ...
... had reached the lovely Victor Harbor. The horse influence here was the 100 year old horse drawn tram, pulled by the mighty draft Clydesdale’s which take passengers across the bridge over to Granite Island.
We had just missed the next tram but realised it was actually quicker to walk across the bridge as we caught up with the plodding tram in no time.
Granite Island is home to a now very small ...