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Hahndorf and the Harbor

March 4, 2011

On Tuesday, Drew and I decided to head on down to the beautiful Victor Harbor again. It’s only a 3.5 hour drive, so why not? The first time we ventured down to the Harbor we passed a ridiculously quaint little German town called Hahndorf, so we made it a thing to visit this time. The German’s settled South Australia in the early to mid 1800’s, and their influence is very prominent in here in South Aus. Hahndorf is  a pretty touristy little town with lots of cute shops and restaurants serving beer and sausage. It was a nice hour-long stroll down the main drag, and we managed to pick up a few gifts for folks back home and I snapped a few photos. The weather was gorgeous in Hahndorf (65 and sunny) with a soft breeze that made it feel like a  fall day.

beautiful storefront

sausages!

pretty much in love with this store- all handmade, repurposed, recycled

lighthouse at cape jervis

requisite beach shot

me, rocking what i like to call 'homeless chic'

 

 

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