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... Now" with a pull out announced. But then they started upping the ante with "A micro sleep can kill you" followed by "Drowsy Drivers Die". I got alarmed when we got to "Arrive alive share the drive". We were not sharing the drive, the Formula 1 driver was doing the whole 500 kms.
What to do...read to the driver about South Australia and Adelaide...that will be sure to keep him awake. I am not Liz Birnie with her terrific on ...
... we ate lunch.
On the way back we stopped at Brighton for a drink and watched the windsurfers riding the waves and wind at incredibly fast speeds! Rather them than us...brrrr, that wind was getting chilly again!
The morning we checked out of our lovely campsite the temperature was on the up so we timed our departure well for the day ahead to get to Victor Harbor via the countryside and wineries.
....capital of South Victora State...situated on the River Torrens. The city is named after Queen Adelaide. The city is laid out as a square-mile grid of wide boulevards surrounded by parks and gardens. Once known as " the City of Churches" (Canadian friend Judith chose this as her United Church ministry for 4 years!!)... but over the last 30 years has become celebrated for its arts festivals, it's alfresco lifestyle and ...
... sharing the same path as us. Saw a bit of wildlife as we startled a possum munching on leaves, and quite a few birds including some magnificent black swans and stately pelicans swimming along the river. And then there was the guy who had literally birds all over him! We have started to get our bearings and have already stood outside the Adelaide Oval, and Garry shed a silent tear because we won't be able to see any ...
... time looking around and learning about the techniques employed for hunting, governing communities and other such things. There was also a stuffed animals part (you know, the bit where 60 year old otters sit in a 'natural poses') which had some very dolled up animals. Our favourite was the lion that looked like it was due to be part of a drag act (apologies, no picture, but take my word for it).
We left the museum and went on to ...