Time flies and my stay in Adelaide is already coming to an end. Tomorrow I’m on a plane to Brisbane to meet up with a client and on Thursday it’s on to Nepal with a layover in Singapore.
Just a 20 minute drive south of Adelaide city centre, good opportunity for an up-and-down coastal walk. Trees are rather scarce in the area, which is typical of South Australia and a consequence of the state being Australia’s driest.
It’s the small things I like about Australia. People greeting the driver when they get on the bus – and saying thanks when getting off. And that’s in a city of more than a million people. Or how you can go swimming at the beach and only minutes later you can run up to the […]
Racing through the streets of Adelaide in 30+° weather, a pack of international cycling professionals.
Having a couple of very quiet days in Adelaide.
Earlier than expected the vintage came to an end for me. Most of the grapes are harvested and what is left will be taken care of by the base crew on the farm, no need for additional helpers. People say it’s been the worst vintage in decades. Thousands of tons of grapes were destroyed by […]