After leaving Streaky Bay we drove into Port Augusta for a look around and some groceries. We left there planning to camp just out of town in the Mount Remarkable national park, however once we arrived we found out you can only book and pay online and with a flat phone and no service it was all too hard. Plus it was ridiculously expensive. So we drove on but not too much further down the road we saw a sign for a farm camp, Baroota Campground. We decided that would do for the night. We're so glad we did because it was beautiful and very enjoyable. The boys played with the dogs, cats and alpackers and our host, Vicki, a fantastic character, built and lit our campfire for us and stayed and chatted for a while while we had a few drinks. Two young backpackers came to join us and we spent a lovely evening talking about everything under the sun. The next day we drove into Adelaide, stopping at an Adventure playground. Unfortunately the giant slides were all closed but we had fun on the spinning swings! Our caravan park in Glenelg was huge but lovely and the kids enjoyed the park, games room and jumping pillow that afternoon. The next day we walked into Glenelg pier and had morning tea and coffee at a cafe opposite the tram stop. Once finished we jumped on a tram and rode into the city, the boys loved it, especially Lachie, who loves trains. We got off in Rundle Mall and strolled up the long mall, looking at the shops and the different sorts of people coming and going. We then walked down to the river for a look and then quickly back onto a tram before a storm hit! That evening we met up with Ben's cousin and her husband and son who I have never met and Ben hasn't seen in about 12 years! We had a fantastic dinner together. The next day we drove up through the Barossa valley. It was so beautiful. Lush rolling hills and vineyards and cellar doors galore! Definitely a place to come back to without the boys! We drove on and found a camp of the banks of the Murray near the towns of Berri and Renmark.