Zeb and Eider Duck only have a couple days to explore Adelaide, in the state of South Australia. What to do? The humans decided to ride the free city bus that will give them an overview of the city. We like the old buildings that are still used today.
This old church looks really inviting.
While on the bus, mom started talking to a lady from Adelaide. The lady moved to Australia from the Philippines several years ago. She loves Australia. She told the humans that they had to see Central Market. The humans try to go where local people suggest, so we went to Central Market.
This is a huge market with small restaurants, many everyday items for sale, and of course, lots of groceries. As we entered Central Market, we noticed that meat and vegetables are sold by the kilo.
We are accustomed to buying items by the pound. But, one kilo is 2.2 pounds, so we are adjusting to the metric system. The bakery is near the entrance.
It smells so good, we need a closer look.
Yum! This aisle featuring fresh produce is so colorful.
This cheese shop certainly made us smile. Smelly Cheese Shop.
The biggest surprise for us was the Some Thing Wild store. This is no normal butcher shop. Wild and exotic game is available here. Duck breast???
We Colorado Traveling Ducks are not sure we like that. The assorted sausages are better for us to see.
This kangaroo stir fry is ready to take home and cook.
Could be a very nice dinner. Check out the special of the day.
Crocodile ribs. I have never seen them for sale before. This market had all the normal market items, but we saw some new things too. Visit Central Market and try some of the food. You will enjoy new tastes. Again, we like the old buildings being used today. This one is across from Central Market.
When you visit Adelaide, ride the free city bus, routes 98 and 99. And talk to people. The people will suggest things for you to see and do. It is fun, also. We will show you more of Adelaide soon.