Ooops! You may have noticed this post went live with no text! I scheduled the post intending to add my March faves photos and then have been a bit hectic!
Anyway below are my March faves, it was a very busy month and I took a lot of photographs so it was tough to decide what photos to share:
International Women’s Day walk – I started off the month by participating in the 5km International Women’s Day walk which was also a fundraising event. It was lovely to be involved in this kind of event whilst also raising money for cancer research.
Rainbow – some of our friends who we met in Darwin but now live in Adelaide visited for the weekend and we spent the whole weekend together. It was a bit rainy and a bit sunny and it was lovely to see the rainbow come out to play.
Key Lime Pie – the key lime pie was made the same weekend and from limes freshly picked from our American friends lime tree. The pie was delicious and the lime picking was very amusing to watch.
Funny signs – we visited Southbank for the afternoon and were very amused to discover this sign on the back of the toilet door. It’s intriguing that we need a sign to tell us not to squat on top of the toilet.
Tivoli Drive In Cinema – ages ago I bought a Groupon voucher for the Tivoli and on the date it expired, Naomi and I paid a visit to watch Jumanji and a Superman movie. This was the first time I had visited a drive in cinema and I loved the whole experience.
Shopping Trolley – I keep spotting Coles and Woolworths shopping trolley’s in intriguing positions together. They always seem to be up to no good so I have started taking photos of them.
Breakfast – Naomi and I did Park Run with Naomi’s mum a few weeks ago and afterwards we decided to try Hunter & Scout in Graceville for breakfast and were not disappointed. The cafe is beautifully decorated and we sat outside in the garden area which is decked out in gorgeous plants with lovely tables and table wear. I am looking forward to visiting again.
Hot Cross Buns – in the lead up to Easter I was very much looking forward to the break from work but also the hot cross buns. I discussed how much I was looking forward to eating some here and was very happy to enjoy them!
Rainbow Beach – for Easter the Aussie and I spent time with the Aussie’s friend who lives just outside Rainbow Beach. We popped to the beach and had lunch at the Surf Club before going on a bit of a walk along the beach. The beach was pretty deserted as it was overcast and a bit breezy but it was a good location for a walk. We walked 2.5km each way and the first 2.5km was pretty easy but on the way back we walked into the wind so felt the resistance!