If you’ve been following along on my Instagram or Facebook page, you know I’ve been running around Asia for the last two weeks. I haven’t had much time to update my blog, but I’ll be getting back to that soon (once I recover from my jet-lag). In the meantime, I though I’d share a few pictures from Japan, where we spent two weeks.
I loved it and I am definitely looking forward to heading back. Until then, I’ll just leave these here… Continue reading
So after getting my fill of snow in Utah, it was time to head off to the dessert in California. I usually try to not waste a lot of time at the airport and end up cutting it fairly close when it comes to checking in, but this time I surprised even myself. After scheduling the 5am shuttle from my hotel, we actually ended up leaving at 5:05am, at which point I was starting to get a little worried as my flight was at 6am. A slightly stressful drive over to the airport went smoothly and I went straight to the counter to drop of my bags (thank you priority check-in!) and walked over to security. As I was heading through the security check I got a notification that my flight was boarding, so I picked up my bags on the other side, walked to the gate, and straight on to the plane. From the time I left the hotel to the time I was sitting in my seat on the plane was a mere 20 min! I think that will be my personal best for quite a while. Continue reading
After arriving in Sydney, I started to get settled for my time there. Most of the weekdays were spent at the office, so I won’t bore you with those details, but I did manage to get up to some adventures on the weekend.
Hiking in the Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains lie to the west of the city, about a 2 hour ride by train from the central station. It actually a pretty easy train ride and I ended up going out and back twice in the same weekend. There are many stations you can get off at and go for a hike; I stopped at Katoomba and Wentworth Falls.