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... at one of the many wineries in the valley.
We had opted not to go on a formal wine tasting tour, but just our own drive through to see the Barossa Valley. It reminded us of the wine valleys south of Santiago in Chile....vines in the lower slopes with dry yellow hill tops above. A bit drier looking than Chile...but it might have been the month or the year. Both are Mediterranean climates.
South Australia produces more than 1/2 of Australian wine, ...
... there, interesting. They also have 'the Longest Straight Road’ of Australia. 146,6km no turns – nothing, just straight!
We stopped at places called:
Iron Knob, Minnipa, Streaky Bay, Smokey Bay, Ceduna, Cactus Bay, Esperance, Cape Le Grand (National Park), Munglimup, Fitzgerald Park, Albany, Denmark, Elephant Rocks/Greens Pool (National Park), The Valley of Giants, Margaret River and not forget all the fuel stations along the road.
... week. Wow. And people say nothing happens in Adelaide.
We headed out to Port Adelaide on Friday to see the National Railway Museum. Lots more trains and displays to see, and even a sneaky train ride thrown in for good measure. Needless to say, R was in heaven. We checked out the rest of Port Adelaide (reminded us a bit of Fremantle with the historic buildings and the water), before catching the train into the city to have a look around. We ...
Sunday was our first night I have slept in a swag under the stars pretty impressive although to start off with was ridiculously hot and crossed the boarder into the southern Australia. Seen some amazing scenery and wild life. Monday went for a 5km walk in the heat of 35 degrees which was so hard but well worth the walk. Tuesday was a long drive stayed at a place where the total ...
... saw a plane leave the ground, I checked the time and yep that was my flight, so I began to sob and curse. Honestly think I might verge on bipolar.
When we arrived to the airport I ran out of the cab, straight to the check in and tried to explained what had happened and what I need to happen (which was a helicopter to Adelaide ASAP, just kidding a flight ASAP to Adelaide to catch my next flight). It is just so difficult when you can't stop crying and your ...