Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Leaving Australia

We enjoy one last day in Australia before heading back to the states.
Yesterday was our last day in Australia. We had the entire day free but met for dinner. Our dinner was at Mesh restaurant, a fancy buffet serving modern Australian food. Which was a great final meal as we got to eat to our heart’s desire of good Aussie food. Today, we got up bright and early for our morning flight back to the states.

It has been an unforgettable, fantastic adventure, and our chaperones Jerry and Fran made it a great experience. I may even go so far as to say it is the best study abroad program out there, never mind that I haven’t been on any other trips. I think most of us are already planning our trips back to Australia, but for now, we’ll welcome the warm Minnesotan summer.

1 comment:

  1. AUSTRALIA, one of the most beautiful country in the world. Australia land of extremes often hostile endlessly in charting from the red Center where barren deserts bloom to mysterious Lake air a ghost that comes and goes from the Flinders Ranges where nature brook settlers hearts to Kakadu and the monsoons dazzling explosion of life.These are wonders to behold these are riches of deserts and wetlands looming from the red heart of Australia. Uluru the great monolith a freak of nature revered by both indigenous and non-indigenous Australians alike a cluster of sibling formations juts from the horizon within sight of uluru once called the olgas. These blushing domes now go by their Aboriginal name carter tjuta together these rocks are the focus of the world heritage-listed uluru-kata tjuta national park covering more than conspicuous of landmarks was named ayers rock by European explorers. It's so significant to the Aborigines that its original name uluru has been restored. Thanks all~ Nidia Brightman from Missing Persons in Australia