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So I've missed 3 months of travel up dates. Ended in Mauritius on 27 December then was back in UK for 17 nights which was good but very hectic. Flew to Melbourne on 15th January and stayed with fantastic friends where we have spent a weekend in Sydney and I have been shown round Melbourne and treated to many lovely places. Thanks to the Chapmans ...
Cloudy start to the morning and still very windy. Brian had a swim in the apartment's pool. I had to stand outside the building and take his photo as he was practising for the 'Man from Atlantis'.
We then went to collect our car from Avis which is a Ford Kuga. Very nice - automatic and plenty of room inside.
Well what a day! We only had today to see what we could of Adelaide. The first place we went was Adelaide's Zoo, which was very close to our hotel, and enjoyed most of it. It's small, although the most of the animals have pretty large enclosures, it has a lot of shady walks, good because we had sun again today, it has a good range of animals and it has two Giant Pandas. Enjoyed the talk on the latter, and were told how SA is leasing them at an annual ...
... helped to set up, decorate and begin the BBQ. People began to arrive and we were introduced to lots of people who we repeated our same story to (from Yorkshire and Liverpool, teachers, traveling, here till tomorrow, going somewhere else, been staying with Geoff etc etc). The breakfast was a huge success and I think lots more people arrived than they were expecting.
Even though it was a very chilly 15 degrees we drank tea, ate snags (sausages) tried ...
Happy Australia Day! We thought that there was no better way to celebrate the first fleet of British Ships arriving into Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour) in 1788 than to embark on a wine tour in one of the most famous wine regions in Australia. We were the first to be picked up before several more stops at hostels and high class hotels to fill our bus. During our pick ups we passed the Adelaide train station which we learned was modelled after Grand Central ...