Outback Aussie #2 – Mindil Beach Market 名迪日落市场

Mindil Beach Market, a well-loved dry season market by locals and visitors alike, opens for business from April – October each year. It is a vivacious display of Darwin’s gastronomic delicacies, crafty artworks, and local entertainment.

名迪海滩日落市场,是个深受达尔文当地人与游客喜爱的富有民族气息的市场。这个热闹的市集每年从4月至10月间对外营业。

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Interestingly-flavored oysters
美味小吃自然少不了新鲜的生蚝!

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Sizzling pralines for the sweet tooth.
糖炒果仁,热烘烘的好好吃!

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My dinner – Roasted Pork. It’s mouth-watering good! Double thumbs-up!
我的晚餐 – 烘烤猪腿肉。鲜美多汁,让人不禁举起大拇指说赞!

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All kinds of handicrafts are sold here. A plane model made of soda cans, for example.
市场内摆售各类手工艺品,就好比这个用饮料罐的铁皮制成的飞机模型。

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A child of Mother Nature.
大地的孩子。

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An aboriginal artist teaching her son how to paint.
原住艺术家教导孩子如何以传统方式作画。千百年的文化与历史,就是这样手把手地传承下来。

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Spontaneous girls from the crowd danced joyously with the performers of the aboriginal Didgeridoo (a traditional wind instrument with more than 1500 years of history, made from termite-attacked hallow hardwood).
看着乐团以原住乐器Didgeridoo(由白蚁蛀蚀过的桉树制成)精彩地演奏的当儿,围观的两个女孩被气氛感染,上前舞动起来。

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The little one got excited, too!
又发现个小小舞娘。

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Mindil Beach Market colored in gold by the setting sun.
仿佛被落日镶了金边的名迪市场有种说不出的浪漫。

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Read more about the amazing sunset here

这里的日落到底又多美,看看我之前的介绍 就知道了!

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