No idea then, sorry! I didn't realise family daycare was an option for after hours? I haven't used a babysitter or nanny before.
I'm from melbourne originally and I have to agree, sometimes there isn't much to do here, I like staying home, but sometimes your just stuck of places to go.
I don't like how it's only 1 day for late night shopping
Sunday stores open at 11
There are not cheap stores in Adelaide like there's in Melbourne
I'm half asleep, but I think that's all I can think off.
From a convenience perspective, I still hate that the shops here close at 5 on weekends & don't open til 11 on Sundays.
Restaurants & eateries are so much cheaper, way better quality & way more variety in Melb than in Adelaide.
Better & more markets with better opening hours (prahan, south Melbourne, etc).
More live acts of all kinds go to Melb than here (concerts, pub gigs, musicals, plays).
More art exhibitions etc go to Melb.
There was always *something* happening, something new to do, somewhere new to explore......whereas here back in Adelaide my husband & I always seem to be scratching our heads what to do each weekend - & we always end up at the same playgrounds, or the museum or the zoo with the kids, & that's it. & on date nights for just us, it's always the same restaurants, only cause they're only a handful of ones we actually like here, we always are disappointed with new ones we try here!
I'm struggling with adelaide even more the past 6 months, cause money has been really tight so we've had no "extra" for fun stuff....& all the free activities here in Adelaide seem to be few & far between.
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