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Sunday 11th January 2015 - Saturday 17th January 2015
We had booked a hostel 'My Place' in Adelaide and arrived about 8pm, after quite a long bus journey through vast amounts of nothingness from Mildura. After getting settled in our shared room we had an early night and left the planning for the morning!
The wifi has never been very reliable while traveling and so we decided to head into Adelaide, stopping at the ...
... begonnen deze ochtend met een mooie hardloop tocht langs het strand. Het was warm daarom begonnen we vroeg. We gingen terug naar het winkel centrum om ons kerstkado te gebruiken. Shirley genoot van een manukuur en pedicuur en ik heb een 1/2 uur nek en rug massage gehad. Wel lekker na 7 maanden auto rijden :-)
We gingen daarnaar door naar Shirley haar tante en we besloten te gaan lunchen in de sjieke wijk ...
... Beach which is direct-access from the caravan park (in the light rain, but still beautiful), then went into nearby Glenelg for a nice counter meal at a Hotel overlooking the pier and a beautiful sunset with the most amazing blue/pink/red colours, then home to bed in our cosy cabin, with the wind and rain outside.... We felt bad that we'd hauled the caravan for two days and not even opened it, but we'll make up for it from tomorrow onwards at Kimba and across the Nullarbor to ...
... other in 45 years. More on that later.
After our shaky night we set off early. Allan in navigation mode directed Sharon to the best car wash Vincent has ever seen. Actually we were going along a road and saw the truck wash. Took two laps around the block to actually get back to the place. The car wash was the best ever, with huge high gantries and high pressure hoses. As is usual Allan uses the high pressure soap whilst Sharon has ...
... between the palm trees, with the wineries on both sides. Very picturesque. In Tanunda we spent a happy hour or two sipping coffee and enjoying a cake before moving on along the scenic routes around. First stop is the Chateau Tanunda. We have to go look given the obvious mixture of things. Firstly we are in the new world, where there are no castles. Secondly, this is a German origin area, so if there is a castle it would be called Schloss. So we have to ...