With 2013 coming to a close, I thought it appropriate to provide a snapshot of my travels this year, and a review. It certainly was a big year, stretching the East Coast from the top, right down to the bottom.
I’ve had a few enjoyable trips this year, so it’s hard to pick just one highlight. New destination for the year goes to HID (Horn Island/Thursday Island), right at the top of Queensland. It’s a completely different world up there, and I really enjoyed seeing that.
Attending the QFM 25th anniversary dinner in LRE (Longreach) was also a great experience, giving me a chance to network and meet some influential people at the museum, all of them really friendly.
At the end of the year, my last trip to Sydney for a train trip to Canberra on two private carriages was something one of a kind.
Next year, I expect my travels to drops off as I enter university and take on that workload. Having now seen the regional destinations of QLD on QantasLink, my focus would be to see regional ports in NSW, VIC and SA, however they’re not high on my list, as I just want to relax and focus on studies. I expect I’ll head to AFF events when I can, and two gift vouchers for Christmas should help cover some of that.