Change Is In The Air

So my journey in Australia has finally come it an end. Tomorrow is our last (full) day before we make our way to the airport and depart this wonderful place. It really is amazing how weeks first seemed like months to us and now time seems to have all flown by at break neck speeds.

Today we did our packing, cleaning, etc, all in preparation for vacating our final walk-around tomorrow (at 2:30) after which, some last few chores, and a farewell dinner at the D’Arcy Arms (thanks to Iris, our favorite Irish place).

We’ve (Kristen, Bryan, and myself) been busy trying squeeze in all our last minute adventures before time runs out, Sunshine coast, Byron Bay, shark swims, glow worm caves, night tours, etc. I’ll hopefully be able to post updates to my gallery within a week for ya to check out.

I really am going to miss Australia, I barely scratched the surface of this amazing continent. Before I came here, I had no idea that it was as large as Europe, or the USA, but with a smaller population (there are only 22 million people here, and that just accounts for the LA country area of California, can we say “Wide open spaces”). I was only able to visit up and down the Eastern seaboard, I still need to see the South, West and Northern Territories. I want to visit Melbourne, Perth, Darwin, Uluru, swim the Barrier Reef again, and really visit the outback. Luckily, I now have many friends here that I can come and visit :-). I know I’ll be back, I just don’t know when yet.

One Response to “Change Is In The Air”

  1. renee says:

    hugs you warmly So you comming back yet? No? … waits for all of 10 seconds How about now?

    I’m traveling down to the coast today to pick up your clay creation. It’s been awhile, I know, but things have been hectic over here. I’ve got a tonne of work as a living statue and a whole heap of workshops.

    Hope you’re well. Missing you heaps.

    snuggly hug

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