Quest on King William
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Standard, maybe even basic. Only a 2 night stay. Did the job ok :)
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Since our flight back to Sydney was not until 6:20 p.m., we left our luggage at the hotel and decided to walk around downtown Adelaide. It was a beautiful day with lots of people milling around Rundel Center which is a large open air shopping district. One of the things we have noticed when shopping in Australia is all of the shop keepers are …
... and evening. At one point, as I looked at a line of people sat in camp chairs with their backs to the wind, wearing rain jackets and holding mugs of tea or soup, I was reminded of a traditional British family day out at the seaside. The weather and the fact that we were in the middle of nowhere made for a pretty early night. Perhaps it was knowing that we were in the final few days travelling along the same road, but the cycling was starting to feel a bit tedious. It ...
... the quality of harvests is consistently good.
*Within the Barossa valley extending some 2000 sq km, there are 750 families growing the grapes that supply around 170 different companies. Some of the smaller producers join together into retail cooperatives so that they can still sell directly to the general public. Artisans of Barossa is one such group, offering wine tasting sessions from vineyards which alone could not ...
... back into the gorge proper in a section called “the narrows”. And indeed it is narrow. At some point I stretch out both arms and come just half a meter short of touching both sides of the gorge. At the same time the gorge is at its deepest here with the walls towering at least 30 to 40m above. It reminds us a bit of the gorges of Karijini, where we were ages ago (July). But this is a bit more friendly, perhaps also because there’s no water ...
... relax and enjoy the view, it is good. You can move around as much as you like. The cafe is in the next wagon so easy to get to, basic food but not bad. The cafe also serves as the place to come to to chat. Bringing your own food is fine too, just don't eat it in the restaurant but in your seat. It is really helpful to have sociable and interesting travel companions though,that makes it all more fun. And everyone likes to have a chat because the ...