So, now I know how to taste wine correctly. That's exactly what we did on the tour, all day until everyone was a little tipsy-ish and more than a little happy. Jacob's Creek, Vine Crest, Richmond Grove and Bethany. Sparkling wine, white wine, red wine, port. Apparently one is not allowed to use the word champagne anymore, it's sparkling wine. Boohoo.
We also saw the world's biggest rocking horse (!) and the Whispering Wall, which was actually amazing - you can whisper something on one end and the people on the other end (about 100 metres away) will hear it crystal-clear. This was discovered a long time ago when the wall (or a dam) was built and a couple of workers were bitching about their boss, who was at the other side. Needless to say what happened to them...
I have pictures on Facebook, these links should be accessible also to people who don't have an account there. Barossa Valley is gorgeous but the bloody sunlight ruined some of my pictures, it's just too bright for them to come out right. Some other pictures can be found there as well, if anyone's interested. I haven't had the chance yet to put any descriptions to them so use your imagination...
Barossa Valley: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=22326&l=578d4&id=667542009
Adelaide & Glenelg: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=22152&l=727a0&id=667542009
Victoria coast (Geelong etc.): http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=21983&l=15814&id=667542009
Sydney (though most were already posted on LJ): http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=15056&l=972ec&id=667542009
Tomorrow's my last day in Adelaide *sniffle*. I really like it.