Guten Tag Aus Hahndorf

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Hahndorf is a small city in South Australia, about 45 minutes drive from Adelaide, and is the oldest German town in Australia.
While my experience about Germany was limited to 5 days business travel (which I spent most at Muenchen), Hahndorf really bring back memories, especially with all the carpentry shop all over it. Unfortunately, we can't take any pictures inside those stores, and while I understand the need to protect their business, I really wish I could take picture of some really clever contraptions that they displayed. 

On the other hand, I can take a lot of pictures from one of the candle maker shop, and it is really great to see a lot of candles in their pretty packaging, fill a shelf to its top, so I call it even (grudgingly).

Aside from strolling the busy streets, enjoying some old architecture and German food. You can also visit the Beerenberg farm, and despite their name, they don't farm beer (I have this notion of a tree that produce sweet golden liquid that can make you feel groggy and wooshy, and then I remember that there are maple trees). Instead you can pick (and eat) strawberries at their farm, which, for me, tasted awfully delicious.

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Well, if you ever found yourself in South Australia, spend a day (or two, or whole week, up to you) to go sightseeing in Hahndorf, you'll enjoy it.

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