RNR Serviced Apartments Adelaide
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This was a very nice place to stay with nice rooms. It was clean and we loved sliding down the stairs!
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... about) and the Murray River didn't look that robust to me as we drove beside it for the last bit of the day. So BIG BIG problem looming.
On the road today the best bumper sign we saw was "Pleasure Before the Plot"...which we took to be a positive one for healthy seniors. The other day we saw a camper with a plate that read "Grey Nomads". We liked it too.
And so we drove down the long sweeping hill into Adelaide, into ...
... wild penguins. We met with a man who worked at the penguin rehabilitation centre who told us that only 10 years ago the island was home to thousands of penguins but for some freak act of nature (mainly malnutrition) there are now only 40 known to exist here. Needless to say with such small numbers we didn’t spot any on our walk around the rugged island but it was great to see the crystal clear waters of Victor ...
... with time!! Enjoyed this visit despite its short duration. Great 40 minute train ride to the outer harbour ..and I'll be 2 hrs early before ship sails..yea!! I'm very doubtful I'll be able to post this at the dock...too many people using the service ( it's 10 feet from the gangplank!!!)....but I'll try. If no success - I'll try again at next stop/ Albany ..2 sea days from here. It's a smaller place ...nice mix to the big ...
... wearing Aussie glasses and other Aussie related clothing.
So we did just that.
Looking a bit what you might think of as far-right protester, we went to Port Noarlunga, the beautiful local beach to celebrate all things Australia. The weather wasn't very Australian, but we made do and met a few of Brian and Mandy's friends.
It was a good day, lots of cricket, Australian football, frisbee and beer.
... it out and willing the nausea to subside we returned to the bus and to my relief stopped at our first winery five minutes later. The Chateau 1847 Yaldara was a stunning cluster of stone buildings surrounded by tall trees and gorgeous landscaping. It turned out to be our favourite winery almost everything appealing to our palate. We tasted a white semillon with passionfruit notes, several of the valley's most famous variety shiraz, a sparkling red ...