Five Days in Adelaide, South Australia

Last week I celebrated my friend Pauline’s big birthday by taking her to the four day National Play Festival.  We attended half a dozen readings and ate a lot before, after and in between performances.

Adelaide is a small, quiet city; a nice break for me.  It’s two hours by air from Sydney.  I stayed in a hotel in town and walked everywhere.  I like that.  There were  few people about and less cars, though they all turned out for a football match.  I enjoyed the street art as much as the Art Gallery.

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About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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9 Responses to Five Days in Adelaide, South Australia

  1. Have you had to increase security, Mary? I’m glad it’s not cos you didn’t like me any more :)

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  2. Cynthia says:

    I love cities where I can walk everywhere too. Adelaide looks like a great place for a 4 day birthday celebration. … all that art, a fun friend and delicious food…nothing beats that:)

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  3. Aw my home town, this makes me nostalgic! :) love ur photos and the awesome food. I went back last year to check out the pandas at the zoo.

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  4. mattb325 says:

    Adelaide is such a quaint city – I’m glad to see they still have the reflective objects in Rundle Mall (they used to be stacked hexagons – or something similar) when I lived there in the ’80s. That food looks amazing…almost worth the 2 hour flight alone!

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