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My name is Martina, I'm from Germany and I'm staying in Australia for the next 3 month. Until now I'm really lovin' it!
At home I'm a communication design student in Hamburg.
Acutally I live in Bavaria, so I'm an expert in beers and good food!

I hope to find out more about Australia in this forum!
Cheers, Martina


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Old 03-03-2010, 05:05 AM
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My name is Martina, I'm from Germany and I'm staying in Australia for the next 3 month. Until now I'm really lovin' it!
At home I'm a communication design student in Hamburg.
Acutally I live in Bavaria, so I'm an expert in beers and good food!

I hope to find out more about Australia in this forum!
Cheers, Martina
Welcome to the forum Martina and hope you enjoy your time in Australia, the weather we're having being a bit unsettled in parts at the moment with some extensive flooding in inland Queensland and more localised flooding down the coast.
Hamburg is quite a bit north from Bavaria and even colder up there I imagine, plus the European storm of last few days probably not making things any better so with luck you'll see some improvement here and it'll be far warmer regardless.

I must admit that one of the best draught beers I ever had was in Nordlingen, a hotel there right on town square and beer so tasty it was very moorish.
You'll find as food goes, that whilst Australia may not have something as traditional as a wurst in a roll fur mit ein bier [ and certainly nothing as traditional as the oldest wurst bar I know of, just alonside the Steinerne Brucke, dating back from 1600s from memory ] we do have a great diversity of foods because of people from many countries having immigrated to Australia.

Do go and have yourself some fish and chips wrapped in paper from a traditional fish'n chip shop [ Shark sold as flake in Victoria being quite edible, and something like Red Emperor being more tasty in Queensland ] and then sit in a park or at the beach but be prepared to fend off friendly seagulls.





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