Sunday, 2 August 2015

Germans everywhere

When you are in Australia you happen to meet Germans quite frequently and in the Adelaide Hills there is even a little German town called Hahndorf, where we have been today to grab some Milka chocolate. Unfortunately one bar was about 6$ so we ended up buying and eating too much fudge. We strolled through Hahndorf and then had "traditional" (no one in Austria and Germany would dare to serve red cabbage and fries together as side dishes!) German food at the German Arms. The weather switched from sunshine to rain and from rain back to sunshine every ten minutes, but once you are wet you don't care any longer. All in all, we spent a nice Sunday, which Julia and I ended with a run down River Torrens to get rid of all the fudge calories ;-)

The Hahndorf Academy - gallery for local artists

One artist made a huge collage of many pictures he took of different kinds of rocks and stones in Australia - I think I should start to take photos of rocks too, the diversity of rocks is pretty amazing.

Who needs koalas and kangaroos when you can have cute little puppies?

just an ordinary rabbit hutch in a leather shop (WTH?)

Linzer Slice in Australia - Seriously?

Lisa, Nicole, Julia, Fabian, Evelyn, Todd, Valeska, Serife and me

Adelaide Hills Cider - so delicious

Trio of German sausages

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