I enjoy writing about Adelaide and its many attractions. If you think Adelaide is boring,
the problem is not with Adelaide.
Please click the link to Like my articles, and subscribe to see more.
Ever since I was a kid I have enjoyed going "down the Bay".
It provides a magical mix of experiences that are seldom seen elsewhere in one place in Adelaide.
There is funky and unusual architecture, a plethora of places to indulge yourself in food and alcoholic delights, a buzz of excitement from the backpackers, a street full of shops luring you to lighten the load in your wallet.
And during February and March, Glenelg is determined not to let Anzac Highway isolate it from the Fringe Festival.
The Bay Discovery Centre will be hosting two free art exhibitions during the Fringe.
SA ceramic artist Neville Assad-Salha is currently living in Beirut, and will be presenting a collection of works produced by living between two cultures. It is entitled Between Two Spaces and can be seen in the Ground Floor Gallery.from February 15 to April 21 2013.