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This was the nicest accommodation I stayed in, in my 6 weeks in Oz. It was classy, but fun, close to the beach, everything you need, friendly. Perfect and didn't want to leave
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... the rest of the Gorge scenic Drive. It was just as scenic, but we came across large areas which had been badly burned the year before. At the end of the drive we headed to the German settlement town of Hahndorf. This town was originally settled in the 1830s by German Lutheran Pioneer farms seeking religious freedom, and some of its older houses still have there German architecture. On the way we drove through towns with equal but not so celebrated German ...
... seems to be in walking distance. “Look, Google says we can walk to the zoo in fifteen minutes.” We’ve heard that the zoo is worth a visit, and, it has pandas. Another semi-democratic vote and we’re hot footing it along the street, with only the occasional photo stop. A mere thirty five minutes later we’re lined up at the ticket counter. “Three adults and one concession please.”
The zoo lives up ...
... are common in the shallow seas off South Australia, or so I'm told. The timing of our visit to South Australia was also good, as its mating season, so we were able to see the dolphins tail slapping the water to try and get the attention of a mate.
It was great to see more wildlife in Australia and it's an aspect we've both really enjoyed. Although Shiv's has been before and seen Roo's and other animals, I've never seen them, so I've ...
After polishing off our steaks we went to Adelaide Art Gallery to swat up on Aboriginal Art. Unfortunately the gallery was mainly western art which wasn't really what we wanted to see. We skipped next door (not literally) to the South Australian Museum hoping for a bit of information on the Aboriginal tribes of the area - and hoping to see some Aboriginal artwork. They had a good section all about Aboriginal history and we ...
... with the familiar hummocks of spinifex grass again, which we haven’t seen since leaving the tropics. There is more plants we see that we last saw around the Red Centre and further north, as well as the same fauna as from we’ve seen south of here. A true crossroads.
The afternoon, our first on site, we have a go at one of the selfdrive tracks around taking us to some places of interest called: the Pinnacles, the Smelter, Bolla Bollana waterhole ...