Art and Exhibition

One thing that made me curious about Australia is actually the art exhibition (well, besides barbie and g'day mate accent :p). When I was still in Indonesia, I often read some independent magazine from Aussie such as Frankie, and open some Aussie blogs that I thought it's really witty and artsy. 
So here it is, after an evening walk along the King William Street, I found this Tuxedo Cat, a nice place, and I found an exhibition there!

So this is the exhibition, The Dark Garden by Paul Mcdermott.
Lovely and free.
Events at the Tuxedo Cat.
It reminds me about the free exhibitions in my home city.
Messy me. Ha-ha.

The Cafe Upstairs.
See ya soon!


Adelaide Festivessss~

So, good night lads!
It's 12.08 at night here but I ... just don't feel like sleeping! Haha. And too bad I use this apartment's computer cause I left my laptop on the campus locker (d'oh).
So I just've been through another crazy week here in Adelaide. You know, usually when uni-time started, it's used to be slow at the first time, but nope nope in here we have to doubled our work 'cause student have to really find all the assignment's sources by themselves, yup we could ask our tutors or lectures, but mostly we have to work it by ourselves.
Well, let's just end this uni thing and start sharin pics I like!

This is from my early weeks photos, there is a festival called Adelaide Fringe, in this is
one of the spot, in front of South Australia Museum :D

This is a free comedy show in the Adelaide Fringe!
Besides comedy show and mini theatre, there was also a contemporary dance.
Lovely lighting at Adelaide Fringe King William Street. Superb.
Back on these days, Adelaide City Council just had a program to make Adelaide as a vibrant city, so along the King William Street, they held a 'pop-market'.
Above is the Popcorn stall at the Sunday Night Market.
Below is what inside the stall. Super cute.

Sunday Night Market food stalls in the afternoon! It's full of food  and there was free music!
Sunday Night Market when the sun goes downnnn.
Sunday Night Market.

See ya!



Port Adelaide

So this is our another trip, to Port Adelaide!
Well, there were not much to do there actually. What I saw there are The Market, The Dolphin Cruise, and The Port Adelaide Museum.

Vintage things inside the Market.
Old cams. 
Old books :D
Dolls, Barbies, Vinyls, Music's CDs, and Star Wars-thing everywhere.

View I saw when I get into the Dolphin Cruise, so sad I only could see one dolphin, even it was just its fin. :(
The suburb area, an area of neighborhood outside the city.
Super silent and the shops there closed on the weekend.
And at the weekdays, most of stores and shops in Adelaide closed at 5 :')



There are some trips we went, this is one of them, to the Glenelg Beach!
People here said it's not the most beautiful one, but it is the most accessible one, like from my place, you'll just have to ride in a tram and wait for the last stop that depart on Glenelg :D
Personally I think that beaches in Indo were just like this, even some of them are more beautiful, but here the beach is super clean, and the environment is good, it has been planned.

Entertainment place near Glenelg.
People gets active.

There is port near Glenelg.
Another popular activity here is too cook BBQs and held some picnic with friends.
Through the ocean.

Finally I met the Adelaide Sky

Hello Guys!
Such a hiatus for my blog haha. There're lots of thing I see but there were a limited quotes for the internet (yea, this is sad) so that I can't blog any (upload things will need lots of internet quotes), but today I decided to use this nothing-to-do-time and use this internet quotes wisely for some posts :D
"Good thing will be an ease if it's not shared."
Approximately two weeks ago I flew to Adelaide for an exchange program, and thank God it's a scholarship, cause the prices here in Aussie is super high compared with in Indo! Like, in Indo, you could eat till drop with only 1 dollar (10,000 rupiah) but here, if you bought food in a fast food resto/foodcourt you'll at least need 5 dollar. Luckily I flew here with my buddy, Nabila Afif, so the first good thing is; I got a company for sharing things and groceries :p

Arrive at Saturday and this is the Adelaide's road. No people 'cause this road is in the business area. 
Everybody loves Chinatown.
Cheap foods, Asian foods, Bubble Tea.
Public Transportation Modes here; Tram, Train, Bus, and O-Bahn.
All are accessible to access from the internet (in case you want to find routes, etc)
Lovely murals I found in abandoned places.
Another thing I like is, there are lots of place to hook your bike.
 Here I'm enrolled as an Architecture (Design Studies) student at The Uni Adelaide.
In the first week I join the International Student Orientation there, it's been fun to meet another people from around the world and listen to their different accent.

At the International Student Welcome Center.
Hub Central. The white building is the place where most of the department and buildings connected.

Those are my early days here, still long way to go up to six months later.