Like every Sunday, I try to seize the last day of freedom before it’s time to dive into the new week of stress and responsibilities. This usually means I try to leave everything that reminds me of my ordinary life and instead focus on exploring. One Sunday in June was no exception, so we ended up in Redcliffe.
A couple of weeks ago, Jarryd and I went camping in Whian Whian. The campground was situated in the beautiful state conservation area and was close to the hikes and waterfalls. We only stayed one night, but will definitely go back soon!
It’s finally time to show you what I’ve been up to lately. Even though I spend most of my time in the laboratory, there are moments that are not filled with fire, smoke and ridiculous heat. Here is a bunch of photos from the last couple of weeks!
The first half of October has been very hectic, and therefore I haven’t had time for my poor blog. My biggest priority has been lodging my $7000 visa application together with Jarryd. Here are some other things I’ve been up to these rainy October days.
“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm, and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.”
– Jawaharial Nehru
Spring has arrived here in Brisbane and I’m once again fighting my allergies. The good thing though is all the beautiful trees and flowers. Here are some of photos from Paddington, a couple of meters from our house.
Welcome back spring, it’s nice to have you back even though you’re being annoying to my poor nose.