buildings near the river
We drove there. It was nice to see the country again, at least for the first 4 hours.
fountain on the river
Adelaide has a lot of food, especially around Gouger Street, where we stayed and ate out every night. Lots of Chinese restaurants but you can find other stuff too.
South Australian Museum
We went to the Adelaide Museum.
something scratching its back at the South Australian museum
And the Art Gallery.
the Big Mother/Art Gallery of South Australia
And to the Immigration Museum too.
kids clothing in the Immigration Museum
My feet hurt SO much by the end of the day, the first night i could barely stand up to go to dinner.
Interesting statement in the Immigration Museum
On Sunday we went to the Glenelg Beach, which was pretty nice, some shade and lots of families around having picnics. Not like St.Kilda Beach in Melbourne, which is mostly infested by junkies and backpackers.
Lion welcoming you at the South Australian Museum
Then we went to the Barossa Valley, where they got vineyards and tree lined country roads and stuff. Pretty. Lots of German immigration history there too. If you are into those sort of things, its the place to go.
weird mask at the South Australian Museum(imagine wearing that, urgh)
Ah, yeah, on the way to Adelaide, we also had a stopover in Hahndorf. Its some sort of Bavarian/German looking tourist village, where you can buy shit, like fancy sausages and gift baskets and eat pretzels. Well worth it.
random Hahndorf picture
Since i decided to limit my time in Australia now, i kinda wanna see it all before i leave. Its always a question of money and time tho. Next stop is Tasmania, that shud be nice too.
another random Hahndorf picture