Barossa Valley, Adelaide
My friends and myself met this Canadian couple (Hans and clarie)on our trip to barossa valley. They are such lovely people and we chatted a lot during our trip and also shared with each other'spast travel experiences. This picture was taken during a lunch break at a resturant in Barossa. Hans gave me and Naomi his country flagpin. I had it stick on with my jumper all the time. In return, i bought Claire a koala opal lookalike pin.
That was good fun.
See all the sites you possibly can...Especially the Barossa Valley Region. Do a tour of the Wineries, and let the delectable wines seduce you... :))
The Train Tour is great, and the best part is, you don't have to drive, so you can relax and enjoy...
There is also a Food & Wine Tour... A Market Tour...
All very interesting and fun. Not so great on the waisteline though.. :-))
Fondest memory: It would have to be the Christmas Holiday we had there. Just remember the sunscreen, we roasted a lot more than the barbeques we had...:))
Favorite thing: Visit the Barossa Valley. Taste some good Australian wines. South Australia makes more than half of Australia's wines, including the famous Penfold's grange. Jacobs creek wines are also produced in this area. The red wines in this area are particularly good. The Barossa is only 50km from Adelaide so easy reached in a day trip but i would recommend staying overnight so you can really sample the wines (hic...lol)
Favorite thing: The winery towns in South Australia (Pictured: Rockford) are VERY cute, and also hold historical importance, feel in 18th centure England.
Favorite thing: The Barossa Velley, what a beautiful section of land in South Australia, you feel so FRe----e-e-e-e-e! :-)