It's not fun getting lost
21.10.2012 22 °C
We leave the Barossa Valley and head to Victor Harbor via Hahndorf, a pretty German-style village. The Barossa Valley campsite was quite good, very clean and tidy and the staff were very friendly, right across from a brewery (Dad loved that) and the location was fantastic. I'll give it 3 1/2 paws out of 5 paws.
We left the campsite at around 9.15am and Hahndorf was only an hour and 15 minutes away. We were going to stop there for morning tea according to Dad. Well, that didn't happen because Mum and Dad got lost. Dad blamed Mum (as usual). You see, Mum and Dad read maps differently. Dad reads a map and goes in the right direction. Mum first turns the map upside down, then tries to read the map, then gets us lost.
So, Dad says it's better to use the map app on his iphone. Surely, he thinks, she can use the app. Mum says she could use the app if someone (she means Dad) explained to her how to use it instead of chucking the phone at her and expecting her to instantly know what to do. I'm just a simple dog but I expect that I could probably do a better job than Mum (at least I think that's what Dad would be thinking).
We finally arrived at Hahndorf in time for lunch! We walked around looking at the old buildings, walked passed lots of German bakeries and German pubs and German cafes selling German food and where do you think Mum and Dad end up? At a cheese place! What do these two humans do, sniff out the cheese places?
We eventually make it to Victor Harbor at around 2.30pm. After set up, Dad had a beer because he was finally relaxed and we took a walk along the beach. Dogs on leads between 10am and 8pm. (We're there at about 4pm)