01 Jun, 2013
Andersen’s Ice Cream, Australia
Posted by: Wen Ching In: Dessert|Travel
One of my flights last month was to Adelaide, Australia. I spent two nights in the lovely city.
After a good night sleep, I woke up to a sunny weather and took a 20 minutes stroll from the hotel to Adelaide Botanic Garden.
The weather was bright and sunny, I spent most of my time taking photos in the garden.
It was a very peaceful walk in the garden and the view was amazing.
Many plants and trees were labelled with names and their history and origins. If you are interested in nature and photography like me, the Botanic Garden would be a great place to visit.
After that I took the bus to Victoria Square, where one of the tram stops were and took the tram south to Glenelg Beach, one of the major tourists beach in Australia. The tram journey took around 40 minutes, due to peak hour.
I arrived at the last tram station, which brought me to Moseley Square. It was sunset when I got there.
I walked towards the jetty and took photos of the buildings along the shore. The view was beautiful and colour of the sea was amazing, blue and shining in silver colour, very unique compared to other sea colours I have seen.
There were quite a few locals swimming in the sea even though it was approaching winter.
I left the beach as it was getting darker and went to Jetty Road, where a number of shops, restaurants and cafés were located.
Along the way I came across an ice-cream parlour – Andersen’s of Denmark.
I was in the mood for ice cream and bought a Boysenberry flavoured ice cream on a cone. The ice-cream was creamy and delicious, and most importantly, it makes me feel happy. I had a great day out in Adelaide, would love to explore the city again!
46 Jetty Road
Tel: (08) 8376 0055