- 4 days ago
Decided to have a pancake making bonding session this weekend with my female flat mates using the instant pancake mixes that were on sale at the supermarket to save costs. All you needed to do was add water, mix it and then pour it into a heated pan. Sounds really easy and fun right?? That’s what we thought… In the end, it was much more challenging than expected.
We spent about…
- 1 month ago
Visited Glenelg Beachon a whim, with a bunch of friends via tram last week. I believe it was the nearest beach from the city, but it was still almost 30 – 45 minutes away (20 stops away). I wasn’t sure what to expect, since none of us knew what it would look like except that there would probably be a view of the sea to gaze upon. When we arrived, I was a little surprised to find so much concrete…
HEY! So you’re probably wondering…
What is Adelaide Fringe?
It’s basically an annual open-access arts festival that will run for a month (Feb – March) in Adelaide, South Australia. Anyone is able to participate and register provided they have a show or exhibition. As a result, the art and talent found at this event spans; cabaret, comedy, circus, dance, film, theatre, puppetry, music, visual art and design.
“For independent artists, Adelaide Fringe is an inspirational environment to showcase their work.
For audiences, it’s an opportunity to see exciting and entertaining contemporary work in an atmosphere that encourages taking a chance and seeing and discovering something new.”
If you want to know more about this event, you can find more info here: http://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/Woah, check it out!
1. The Fun & Games
The cost to ride most of these rides span from $8 to $10.
Write a message on a metal heart and lock it for $6. All money goes to a charity.
2. The Bazaar
3. A glimpse at a few of the performers
The ticket prices range from $5 to $50 depending on which performance you wish to catch. Unfortunately, it’s a bit too pricy for my friends and I, so we didn’t catch any of the performances.
4. The Gang
Adelaide Fringe Festival should really be taken at night in all it’s glory, but I haven’t the time to visit the festival during that time. Will try to improve my night taking skills until then.
Until next time!A look at Adelaide Fringe Festival HEY! So you’re probably wondering… What is Adelaide Fringe? It’s basically an annual open-access arts festival…
- 1 month ago
Here are some random shots I managed to snap on the way home. I don’t usually carry my camera around because my hands are always full nowadays. SO, if you’re curious to what I walk through everyday as I go about my chores, here you are! It’s a pretty short walk. I promise better ones in the future!
Hope you enjoyed them.
See you again, BFF’S!
First off, I deeply apologise for being MIA for a while! I have got a lot going on lately (more than usual). Below are some of my reasons to back up my lack-of-posts and remaining blogger dignity:
- I travelled overseas to study my final year in University.
- So, I’m in the midst of adjusting myself to my new surroundings and the new culture.
- While, sorting out my finances and other…