Rydges South Park Adelaide
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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After the last few days in Willunga, gardening and helping Chris and Zara organising the house it was time to head into the big smoke of Adelaide a city with a population of over a million people and I got the impression the pace of the holiday was about to change...
We arrived my cousin Alastair's house and, after saying cheerio to Chris and Zara until Sunday, had a Ballentines and Coke to celebrate my return to Adelaide. Here ...
... this could be right.
Dumping the van and getting a bus into the city to explore, we headed to Central Market which we had read had a great vibe and local atmosphere. Once we had done looking round we headed out in search of a pub we had also read about. Just then, a couple walked past us which stopped us in our tracks, caused us both to do a double take, turn the opposite way we were walking and begin following them. “That girl looked ...
... in the Barossa Valley.
It was a beautiful evening in every way, so special to be together and of course it was like we had never been away.
We had a lazy first weekend and spent lots of quality time with Mum and Dad.
The next week we a lot planned........
Firstly a hair appointment for Lee
Breakfast catch up with our darling Sonia
Lunch with our friends Jim and Rose at The Kingston Pub in Gawler
A FAB day out ...
... years old! Next we headed to the cellar door where we could try up to 20 different wines. All though we tried we still couldn't find wines we liked as much as our first locale. Our bus climbed the Mengler's Hill Lookout where we experienced panoramic views of the valley. We saw rows upon rows of grape vines and a multitude of wineries. Our guide informed us that there are over 100 wineries in the valley! We past the iconic Wolfblass vineyards before making ...
... and managed to answer all of my questions on redbacks, box jellyfish, the speed of huntsmen spiders, drop bears and all manner of popular misconception we had about Australia. I think to be honest both Shivs and me were relieved to get some answers after months of people warning us of dangers that are misconceptions. The reality is, that while there is an abundance of animals that can leave ...