It happened my last day in Sydney began and I couldn’t believe everything was slowly coming to an end. I woke up really wanting to go shark diving, but there wasn’t a response from the places I asked. There was also no flyboarding to be seen so I was a bit disappointed. Anyway, that aside I took a trip to Bondi Beach, it’s iconic but I was suprised at how small it is. It was 35 degrees a perfect day for the beach. But i’m one of those people who can get bored easily, so without any extreme sports in hand I had to move on. I shopped around one final time before meeting my friend for dinner.
The next morning I had breakfast and then sat at Hyde Park for a couple of hours. I didn’t want to go too far out, I didn’t fancy getting lost and missing my flight. I said my final goodbye to Australia, it was a life changing experience and I couldn’t wait to share it with my friends. Once I got to the airport and spent all my coins, it was time to depart. Until, there was a storm for 3 hours and we had to wait. I watched three films and was so frustrated, as the flight went from 24.5 hours to 27. We then got to Dubai and I realised that I was possibly going to miss my train back home. I ran with my luggage and the little bit of energy I had. I had to explain what had happened and managed to get my ticket validated. It became real I was coming home and felt so tired but sad at the same time. I was so worried about traveling alone, but I am glad I did it. I managed to do arrange everything myself and it made me more independent. I made so many new friends and learned a lot about myself. I don’t know what I was so worried about. So what’s next, I think a trip to China and Japan is calling?