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Mogata

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  • Day21

    Adelaide

    October 31 in Australia

    Airlines in Australia have different rules for carry on and checked baggage. Last week we flew from Melbourne to Sydney and the airline weighed our carry on at the gate and we were overweight and fined $60. So for today’s flight we flew a different airline and put more in our jammed 2 suitcases. We got to the airport and this airline said we were over on our checked luggage. The agent asked us to move items from our checked suitcase into our carryon. She was very nice and Celeste did an awesome job of repacking to save us the surcharge. I was back to being a Sherpa again.

    Adelaide is a lot smaller than Sydney and Melbourne. It is very hot today well into the 30s
    We walked around the central business district and went to a great seafood restaurant for dinner.

    Tonight we went to an amateur theatre company performance of 6 Dance Lessons in 6 Weeks. It was preview night and all seats were $9. The audience was mostly seniors enjoying an evening out. The play was well done.
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  • Day24

    Adelaide

    October 23 in Australia

    Ein paar Bilder aus Adelaide diese Stadt ist viel angenehmer wie Melbourne, hier ist nicht diese hektische Grossstadt, eher ruhiger und stressfrei, deshalb gerade richtig für uns.
    Wir waren in der großen Market Hall hier haben wir uns in den verschiedensten Ständen durchgefuttert, frische Austern, Sushi, Laksa Soup und ich bekam noch spanische Churros danach ging es weiter in die Innenstadt.
    Als Abschluss gönnen wir uns noch ein oder zwei Bierchen in der Sonne 🌞
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  • Day7

    Adelaide

    May 27 in Australia

    Adelaide may or may not be prettier than Melbourne. The architecture differs in the colour of the local stone.

    I was lucky enough to be here while the art gallery was hosting an exhibition of French Impressionists and what was fascinating was how close to the pictures we were allowed; you could see the genius of tiny individual brushstrokes of primary colours that blended to your eye as you moved away.

    I also visited the main museum and a museum dedicated to South Australian migration. There is a magical precinct off North Terrace where the university blends into galleries and boutique museums like in London.
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