Adelaide Beaches Holiday Villas
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... comes visit our camp. We heard a few days earlier, that it is the male emu that raises the chicks. He is not monogamous, so he collects the chicks from various females and cares for them until they can fend for themselves. Intersting fact, so this must be a father emu passing by. The two chicks are visibly by their size of different age, so likely from different lays. But they sure make a good subject for photo’s so close up with their funny stripey feathers.
... was $6.... Finally a reasonably priced beer. The weather of our trip seems to be typical winter sunshine and showers. When the sun does comes out it warms up slightly but not been over 15 degrees since we arrived. We did a lot of walking around including a self guided city tour. The architecture is impressive and there is a lot to see. The market was alive with people and we snacked on a lot of very good food walking around. Liz even polished off ...
... 300 year old gum tree. Next we visited Seppelt's, established in 1875 and known for its ports; they still have some dating back to the 1800s. One litre of 1914 port sold that day for 10,000$. They had a jam factory a leather shop, and a modern glass display. On a hill nearby was the family mausoleum. That evening, back in Adelaide, we shared our thirty first wedding anniversary with Brian and Jane at an upscale Indian restaurant ...
... in under an hour whilst sitting in the bandstand overlooking The Adelaide Oval.
It came as a surprise to us then, that when we opened up our tent door on the day we were packing up we were greeted by rain, rain and more rain. In fact it didn't stop raining all day, which is just what you need when you're trying to pack up a tent to go on a train for two days. Thankfully, the staff ...
Now that Cycloe Dylan has left the country it is now safe for us two to venture off to Cairns. We have mixed feelings about leaving Glenelg as we really do like the place. It has everything for that perfect holiday feeling. We have time enough to return though before we have to leave Oz for good. We can 't overstay our visa,..can we ....?.....can't we..oh well let's not go ...