• Day22


    November 1, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ☁️ 27 °C

    Kooyonga is an Aboriginal word that either means “lose lots of golf balls” or “ flies in your face for 18 holes”. It is actually the name of the golf course we played today.
    The course was a good test of golf. The day was hot, humid and quite windy and the course had many undulations. It was a good walk and very enjoyable.
    We were hosted by Tom and Jamie from the William Buck Adelaide office and they were super guys to spend the day with.
    After a much needed beer at the beautiful club house, Jamie took us to Penfolds winery and we enjoyed a tasting of some of their new releases and got a quick tour of the wine cellars. Penfolds is one of the oldest and famous winery in Adelaide.
    We got back to the hotel around 5:30. Celeste needed a nap. Then a quick trip to the grocery store for some breakfast items and dinner at a Vietnamese restaurant. We had the best Pho ever!
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