Zorros Motel Hahdnorf
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... walk. We chilled out for a while before walking into the village and stopping for a drink at the German Arms Hotel. Gunther was a very nice chap and served me with a nice big stein of German beer which was consumed before we headed to the next pub the Hahndorf Inn, where we had dinner booked. Well, as we were in a German pub I felt it only fitting to sample a few of their ...
Today we visited Monarto Zoo, just a 20 minute drive from our caravan park in Murray Bridge. Monarto is an open range zoo associated with Adelaide Zoo, much as Werribee is associated with Melbourne Zoo in Victoria.
Main access to the viewing areas is via the Zu-loop Bus which does circuits periodically and allows visitors to get off at several stops to take advantage of viewing platforms and keeper talks a scheduled ...
... she had seen and asked if it was a monkey. As quick on the uptake as ever.
We had lunch in Hahndorf and returned to the house via McLaren Vale, one of South Australia's big wine producing areas.
*I forgot to say, when Dean was moving some car wheels he spotted a redback, a type of black widow spider - it's one of Australia's many deadly animals. We both had a look and took a few snaps. It's all the more impressive given its small stature that it can kill a man.
... their families exchanged gifts so we sat in the RV and phoned family. Sad we are not with them. Deserrt was awesome. As Christmas should be. We cleaned up as soon as everyone left. Worked hard so Rach didn't have to do too much. Some friends turned up for the late afternoon and stayed for ages. We put out lads to bed. Tired chaps. We followed soon after and sat texting friends to say "Merry CHRISTmas"!!!!!!!
... the chocolate abut not the cheese as it was goats cheese and a bit strong. We then made our way to Barristers Block Winery as Rhonda had organised a picnic basket and bottle of wine there. The winery was lovely, we asked the owner if she was a lawyer and she said no, she called it Barristers block as she had won a long drawn out court case that almost ruined her, it is very tongue in cheek. It was a lovely venue and would be great for a wedding, pictures to follow. The picnic ...