december in south australia
today's featured image: remarkable rocks, kangaroo island, sa.
more than two weeks in australia, hamburg and europe are far away. geographically, and in mind. arriving on dec 19th 2014 in adelaide, we have spent the rest of the year there in south australia.
the highlights so far:
mainly warm sunny days, but chilly ones too,
cold south west wind (here down under the equivalent of our north east wind),
staying in blackwood in the adelaide hills (beautiful place to live, koalas in park and garden, songs of birds from another world),
three days on kangaroo island with lots of wildlife (wallabies jumping around on the morning run way, but we've missed the penguins) and magnificient costal landscapes (admiral's arch and remarkable rocks at cape du couedic),
dec 21st, the longest day of the year in the australian summer,
barbecues with tasty food and nice drops from the region,
beach walk between brighton and glenelg,
kangaroo feeding at cleland conservation park at mount lofty,
one hour drive through the hills to victor harbor, walk to and on granite island, and back to blackwood through mclaren vale,
barossa vale (visited 4 of 71 wineries),
flight from adelaide to perth, western australia on new year's day (amazing views of australia's south coast from above),
settled in in subiaco.
check the photos!