Such a cute hostel! Situated a good 5-10 minute walk to the shopping centre, from the outside it looks tiny. A small reception area greets you before you head upstairs to find the computer area.
Angorichina – Otherwise known as where they used to bring TB sufferers away from the general public!! How very odd!! I slept in an unused hospital here, surrounded by a very small village and masses of rocky hills and mountains. Beautiful place, albeit, rather spooky! Enjoyed our first awesome bbq of the week in Angorichina, followed by sitting round a fire to toast off our marshmallows!! .
Gaydor Line/Flinders Ranges – Otherwise known as The Outback!! In this area though, you don’t find so much of that red dirt that the Aussie Outback is so famous for, but it’s still considered as a desert. By the time I arrived here, it wasn’t overly hot, but it still looked pretty barren!!
Clare & Melrose - Otherwise known as the beginnings of my experience in the Outback! As I sat in the back of the mini bus driving along the roads with some tunes blaring out the speakers, I had an array of views to look at. Through Clare, we had masses upon masses of vineyards. South Australia is famous for its wine, and even holds the like of Jacobs Creek wine here… yum yum!! Melrose sat at the base of a beautiful mountain, and the very beginnings of the Flinders Ranges. Amazing.