September 28, 2015
After breakfast at home with the Laura and Isabelle, we headed off to Hahndorf – Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia.
Hahndorf was definitely worth a visit! Very quaint with many shops to visit – from bakeries, candy shops, finding beautiful handmade candles, puppets and more! And of course, can’t forget the selection of different German restaurants to dine at!
My favourite photo taken in Hahndorf, I hope this will be Michael and I one day! At the very least, our height discrepancies will be accurate! 🙂
We almost immediately stopped in Copenhagen for some freshly made cinnamon sugar donuts… mmm!
With an extensive menu, it was difficult not to order more on the menu, like waffles, pancakes, crepes, and ice cream!
Mmm, piping hot… could have so many of these!
My handsome partner!
Lots of opportunity for nice photos!
Stopped in for a visit at Heritage Museum Art Gallery. Beautiful handmade pieces of jewellery and art, although no money to buy! 😉
An empty gallery upstairs with remnants of Autumn Festival lanterns.
Couldn’t resist a stop into Humbugs to stock up on some sweets! So many to choose from!
Really delicious selection of fudge!
Isabelle was definitely excited!
Quick visit to 3 Wishes Candle Barn to check out their beautiful candles and pick up a gift for our wonderful friend, Amanda!
Some beautiful wooden works including clocks and puppets at the German Village Shop
Alpaca fleece products from The Alpaca Shop! Gorgeously soft pieces but also quite expensive!
All the above mentioned shops are definitely worth a visit! Can surely find a little something for yourself or a loved one without much effort!
Next up – our delicious lunch at The Haus cafe+bar+kitchen!