Adelaide first 3 weeks

I arrived to Adelaide 3 weeks ago, from that time we moved to a more stable apartment, we adjusted hour job schedules, joined a gym club, know some nice places to have dinner, go with the bike and we could say that the minor adjustments are done.

We visited Port Macquarie, and this week we are traveling to Darwin. Other places are waiting, and I hope I can go to Tasmania and New Zealand.

Now trying to understand better how things work in this big country.

Adelaide CBD

The Chinese district is the more interesting area for us, it’s where the central market is and you can find so many nice places to eat. It’s crowed almost every time.

CBD’s main street is King William Street. All the streets that cross this street ends and starts here, as “no one can cross a King”. So you go through Currie Street and after King William you jump into Grenfell Street.

Adelaide shows off being the unique city of Australia that was founded my migrants that were not prisoners. It’s the way they feel different.

Rundle Mall Street, where you can find the main shops