South Adelaide : Snorkelling, kayaking, and the Nude Olympics.

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We headed down to Adelaide for ten days to meet some of Jess’s rellies. They live in one of them most picturesque areas of southern Adelaide, in Maslin Beach.

Maslin beach, is most famous for being the first nudey beach in all of Australia, and still hosts the annual Maslin Beach Nude Olympicswhich happened to be scheduled during our visit. Great success!

Adelaide seems to get a pretty bad rep in the Australian media and whilst it’s a small city, the surrounding areas are beautiful.

During our stay we made the most of being two minutes walk from a beautiful beach (not the nudey end…) We also Snorkelled at Port Noarlunga, Kayaked on the Onkaparinga river, got up close with kangaroos at Deep Creek conservation park. we also saw wild koalas. Maslin Beach is also our unofficial home of sunsets. In ten days, we probably saw five or six spectacular skies of fire which we took great enthusiasm oversharing with our Facebook friends. Every day.

Beautiful beaches, wineries, the Adelaide hills, and National parks all readily accessible and ‘Mad March’ when festival season kicks in. We’re looking forward to coming back!

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Tiger hunting, Ranthambore National Park.

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Rajasthan has a couple of National Parks with wild bengal tiger populations. Currently 53 tigers live in an area of approximately 392 km2  

Other animals living in the park include, Monkeys, Deer, sloth bears, leopards, wild boar and a wide variety of birds, including Kingfisher, Eagles and Peacocks. All of which we saw!
We were lucky enough to see not one tiger, but two! A tigress and her cub.

I’m fully aware these pictures are pretty lame, firstly, I don’t have the lenses for wildlife photography and secondly I was too busy staring at it in awe.

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