Victoria Hotel Strathalbyn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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On the way from Adelaide we drove via Victor Harbour where we were looking out for whales. There was a lovely circular walk around granite island which has the last horse drawn tram in the world moving back and forth between the island and the mainland. We walked! The scenery was stunning and, although cold, the sun made a much needed appearance. …
... a really healthy lunch at the Farm Shed. Loads of gluten free, non dairy stuff. We then went over to Langhorne Creek to do a bit of wine tasting and then to a horseradish farm selling loads of chutneys - very tasty. I think I had a bit to much sun and wasn't feeling too good - so Judy and I went for a curry by the sea. That sorted me ...
... is the ruins of what used to be a copper smelting facility for the many small copper mines that were in operation more than a century ago. Apparently it was only used for a few years and then just left to slowly decay. There are some piles of black slags left, and where they sorted the smelt there are some tiny specs of bright green copper oxide visible. Otherwise not much there. Both waterholes are just that. Within the Arkaroola creek some water still remains under ...
Well, after a few weeks of uncertainty it is looking like we might just be heading off for our European holiday in 1 weeks time.
A quick recap for those who weren't aware of recent events. We had been excitedly planning and anticipating the beginning of the trip, until i came down with Chickenpox about 3 weeks ago. Under normal circumstances this would not be such an issue, as plenty of time to heal before we ...
... my bed and my pillows....ohhhhh the pillows will be sorely missed. Goodbye squishees, I will be home soon <3
As hard as it is leaving everyone behind, I could not be any more keen to start this adventure of a lifetime with some of the people who are most important to me (that includes people already in Europe). It's time for me to learn who I am, without the pressures of work or uni, and let my hair down. Adios Adelaide, see you in 4 months!