Country Comfort Adelaide Manor
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... We will be heading off tomorrow to South Elizabeth, to have a couple of things fixed up on the van such as the awning and the water connection outlet. We are driving allot of miles along motorways, highways, corrugated and dirt roads and living 24/7 in the van so it is only natural that things will work themselves loose and wear with constant use and that's all part and parcel of the trip. We are then heading up ...
... of Dan's friends came over and we had a feast.
After dinner, it was time for a soccer game. The home team scored a goal right at the end of the game and traditionally, when this happens, everyone throws their beers at random into the air. Unluckily for me, I happened to be walking back from the bar, and a giant cup of it landed at my feet. Thank you soccer hooligans. Thank you again Dan for being hands-down the best host EVER.
... last time we went to Victor Harbour (approx 37 years ago). Whole new suburbs have been created with many more in the building stage. It's a lovely drive down through McLarenvale wine region. The grape vines are the only thing that are green round here. We stopped at a gourmet cheese factory and for a walk round Victor Harbour. Stopped to watch the horse drawn carriage that takes tourist ...
... days in bed. We were able to get out for a couple of hours on Sunday and went for a drive to Mt Macaden, although it was raining and misty it was very pretty.
4 - 10 Feb 2015 - Brownhill Creek: The evacuation sign in the toilets says it all, really wouldn't want to be here if a bushfire was close by. We have also discovered a male koala in the trees, that are growing beside the creek, about 20 meters from our van. It's not often you get to ...
... it did have a huge lobster and some llama and alpaca to enjoy. I think EO captured the only beautiful picture of the place when we took stroll down to the jetty but otherwise there was nothing good to really say about the place.
The next day was a huge tonic and we discovered some of the most stunning scenery on our road trip to date. The Blue Lake is an extraordinary gem near Mount Gambier and we took a little detour to enjoy it briefly. We thought we had ...