Adelaide Airport Motel
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Nothing changed here same as the last time we stayed. Not flash but very convenient with shuttle to airport and car parking.
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... of 40Kgs. She sent the bags of and said nothing about it, think we were lucky this woman was happy as the woman a few down was charging everyone!
We went through the security, rushed through I should say. Got through there and went to the gate as I heard them say something about it. Turns out they were still getting the people off.
Had both of our hand luggages weighed, they were somewhere near 7kgs each, the woman didn't seem ...
... The Riesling Trail ended at a lovely town called Auburn, and we'd been reliably informed that the Clare Valley Brewing Company there did great beers and served sampler paddles of four beers. Again, it would have been rude not to. Thankfully the route from Auburn to our campsite at Riverton was on another off-road trail, meaning that we didn't have to worry about cars and trucks, or cycling on a public highway whilst intoxicated. Rolling into camp at 4pm made it my ...
... he worked in Adelaide but later settled in the Barossa valley. He bought 2 hectares of land beside Jacob’s Creek and planted the first commercial vineyard of the Barossa region. They have expanded greatly over the years and no longer just supply the world with cheap plonk – they have some very expensive upmarket labels as well. But they also have Asian staff and signs in Japanese and Chinese – there is no ...
... they had encountered no other traffic so far that day they had just left them standing there in the middle of the road… It’s ever interesting the people you meet along the way.
And so we make it to a town called Blinman. It is named after a sheppard with a wooden leg (so the story goes) who roamed the area around 1859 and recognised an outcrop with green rocks as a source of copper. Soon enough there was a succesful coppermine in operation, ...
... was pretty quick. We got home around 9:45pm. As today was Grant's 30th birthday (and his party was tonight) we surprised him by dropping in to say hello! He had no idea and was blown away. Tomorrow we get to pick up Bella and Bruno from their boarding kennel - we absolutely can't wait to see them! It's been a fantastic trip with so many great memories, but as they say there's no place like ...