Di has made a booking with the hairdresser at 9am, which is likely to take 2 hours or so for some foils (she says she can't stand the grey hair anymore despite our grey nomad lifestyle).
Hans is left at the camp to do... washing. Oh well, it needs to be done. After the washing is on the line, Hans goes to take his morning shower when 2 burly ladies with tattoos wander into the bathroom to do the cleaning... Hmm, a bit disconcerting hearing these ladies talking and laughing loudly when you are standing all naked a metre or two away behind a low door...
Di returns with updated hair colour, more groceries and we are ready to hit the wine tasting trail.
First to Wirra Wirra, a lovely setting with a fun giant Church Block bottle at the entrance...
Photo opportunities as well and good wine!
Then on to tourist drive number 60, a very scenic route through the hills, up to Chapel Hill and near the Onkaparinga National Park. The wineries are very close to the ocean in some places as you can see below.
We decide on a lunch break in the gardens of Serafino winery and convention centre. Really beautiful but a few elements made it challenging; firstly the gardener turned on the lawn watering system which promptly sprayed the only picnic table available. No problem we head for the grass with our picnic to be then "stared at" by 3 ducks who refused to move more than 2 metres away at most. Quite cute but did feel like beggars.
Our final winery for the day is D'arenburg and we try quite a lot of red wine, including some top bottles such as Coppermine Road Cab Sav, a 2003 Galvo Garage red blend and Dead Arm Shiraz.
Some 20 minutes before their closing time at the Visitor's Center, they started to... close it down. So, we drove back to nice chicken stir fry dinner on the fantastic BBQ.
It looked like rain may arrive overnight, so we moved in or put under the van as much of our gear that we could. Goodnight.