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Adelaide muso, foodie and urban adventurer who loves walks on the beaches and country drives

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My WeekendNotes - 66
Kalgoorlie to Coolgardie to Esperance (via Norseman again) 410 Kms Accommodation: Bayview Motel $140 and the Bes... [more]
Day 5 and 6 (Christmas Day and Boxing Day) Cocklebiddy to Norseman (437 km) and Kalgoorlie (188 km) a total distanc... [more]
Day 4 Nullarbor Roadhouse to Cocklebiddy via a sneaky track to the dangerous cliffs, Lookout 1 and Lookout 2. Ac... [more]
The author and Mrs Jones (you know, we've got a thing goin' on) venture from Adelaide across the continent in her Mazda ... [more]
Day 2 Streaky Bay to Baird Bay to Ceduna via Westall Way and Brauer Point Loops Accommodation: Ceduna Foreshore Hotel... [more]
The author and Mrs. Jones (you know, we've got a thing goin' on) venture from Adelaide across the continent and then bac... [more]
Members of the local community around Willowie, which consists these days of not much more than the 1950's era Memorial ... [more]
Doesn't everyone understand the therapeutic benefits of chicken soup? It must be "real' chicken soup, and for some of us... [more]
Love Japanese food? While city workers keep the sushi stores alive with healthy lunch choices, ventures into the restau... [more]
Coffin Bay has taken a significant leap in my top 10 favourite places to spend a weekend in SA. One of the key reasons ... [more]
Electric cycles are a glimpse into the future, where our world no longer relies on cars as we know them, but society has... [more]
The Plant 4 Bowden markets are starting to take shape almost a year after opening. You can turn up Wednesday from 5 p... [more]
The journey through Marananga to Seppeltfsfied has so many palm trees you expect some 'pharaonic" Egyptian scene when yo... [more]
There is something unique about a visit to Rockford Winery on Krondorf Road just outside Tanunda in the Barossa Valley. ... [more]
Iberian cuisine finds its way to the prime position at Holdfast Shores. A new Spanish Restaurant has been open for tw... [more]
Are you looking for a less crowded dog park to walk your dog? Or perhaps a family and fitness friendly park for a mornin... [more]
Pizzateca is a little hard to get to, but what a great experience when you do. Located on the corner of Foggo Road and ... [more]
Hidden away in Croydon Park, on the corner of Days Road and Regency Road, Opposite Regency TAFE, is a precious little pi... [more]
I love a good walk or ride, and recently I took an adventure to get a new perspective on an old stomping ground at Semap... [more]
The Adelaide Blues and Roots Association are very active, and for the last couple of years have run a competition to sen... [more]
12/02/2017 - 24/02/2017
I had never seen a freshwater stingray until I visited the Amazon Basin Asian Tapas Bar in Glenelg. This remarkable res... [more]
The Organic Corner Store is a community market that operates between 9 am and 1 pm every Thursday morning at the Glenelg... [more]
Hot Potato are somewhere between Cat Empire and The Graveyard Train, with a One Direction vibe. They are just fabulous.... [more]
Cappo Brothers Seafood, Central Market store has moved. The fresh new store is on the Western side of the main hall, ne... [more]
James Taylor and Botanic Park were the stars of the show in yesterday's sweltering 41-degree heat in the Adelaide parkla... [more]
There is no fool like a gold fool and there are a lot of fools in Gold. It is an engaging film rather than a must-see, ... [more]
Sushi has to be one of the best, and most nutritional lunches on the office workers fare. It has been a favourite of mi... [more]
Prancing Pony Brewery is, as you would expect, in an industrial park just outside Mount Barker on the road to or from H... [more]
When I co-incidentally met professional colleague Jane Mitchell on the deck of the then ailing local pub at Leonards Mil... [more]
It was the mid-sixties when as a small boy my family first introduced me to the Soda Fountain at the Central Market's ma... [more]
Behind at least two of the greats, Adelaide free music institutions Billy Bob's BBQ at the Grace Emily on Monday nights... [more]
Amuse Bouche is a French culinary term for a pre-appetiser that seeks to "amuse" on arrival. In this case, it was lun... [more]
Second Valley is a beautiful, bountiful source of family fun, Summer or Winter. This summer what a great day trip on a ... [more]
Mental as Anything gave us all their hits and more at the Normanville Hotel last night. The great man of the hour, Greed... [more]
16/12/2016 - 18/12/2016
I am not sure when I discovered the delights of Hainanese Chicken and Rice. It may seem a liitle strange to go nuts ove... [more]
I know, the smart ones will already know there are only three, and they are all great. But I think each has their stren... [more]
Alex Frost is no ordinary singer. A couple of years ago after pursuing her professional psychology career she decided t... [more]
I am an Adelaide based soul, and every time I go to Melbourne, I preserve one night for Bennett's Lane. Seven days a we... [more]
New Italian eatery, Godi La Vita, in Hyde Park oozes authenticity. There is no doubting the incredible skills of Own... [more]
Rusticana is the botanical name for horseradish, so no great surprise that Rusticana Wines is the co-tenant with Newmans... [more]
The Winehouse is a restaurant, cellar door and function centre in a picturesque part of Langhorne Creek across the bridg... [more]
One of the most storied family wineries in Langhorne Creek is Lake Breeze. The Follett family have lived there since ... [more]
Lake Breeze does it again this year at Langhorne Creek. Great Winery and a Great Festival.... [more]
12/11/2016 - 13/11/2016
Langhorne Creek is a great day trip, located about 50 minutes from Adelaide, via the South East Freeway, Mount Barker an... [more]
Last weekend friends and I took a trip to the Coorong, staying at nearby Meningie. While the Coorong extends from the R... [more]
When I first met Brian and Anne from Newman's Horseradish, all they could tell me about was their wine. Which is a l... [more]
Are Basil and Spring Onions daily staples in your kitchen? Well, they are in mine. Especially as the warmer days of su... [more]
After approval from Adelaide City Council, the plaque commemorating Arnie Rossis' unique contribution to Adelaide Parkla... [more]
After the Veale Gardens completely lush after the rain and the early Spring sunshine, the Parklands Trail from King Will... [more]
Heading south from the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, the Parkland Trail journey surrounds the cricket grounds at Narnunga... [more]
If you have never walked or ridden the Parklands trail then this is something to add to the list of things to do this sp... [more]
The tense encounter between Mathew Flinders Investigator and Baudin's Geographe at Victor Harbour in South Australia wo... [more]
12/09/2016 - 11/12/2016
First smoked, then cured, this unusual dish was among the nicest things I have eaten all year. Made with Beetroot and... [more]
Starting with brunch at Arnie's Cafe on Rymill Lake, navigate the best way you can around the 'big dig' O'Bahn works, an... [more]
I am not sure when I first met Arnie at the Rymill Park kiosk. He was a funny guy; good sense of humour, full of opi... [more]
On Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October, from 10 am to 4 pm, Wakefield Press have their annual Spring Book Sale. Just so... [more]
15/10/2016 - 16/10/2016
Thanks to WN writer Jonathon Phoon for his Best Pub Grub article.It sent me on a challenge to find a couple of my favour... [more]
Come on Adelaide. Its time to get behind a lovely new bakery and coffee bar in a quiet part of the Central Market. T... [more]
Thanks Weekend Notes for the diary note a couple of weeks ago. This festival is a dream. The producers have gathere... [more]
30/09/2016 - 03/10/2016
Neither New York or the western end of North Adelaide are renowned for their fresh air. New York has pollution and sorr... [more]
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