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All posts for the month December, 2008

Nara, Japan

Dec 4 – 5 Nara is a good place to wander around alone. It’s small and manageable, there’s lots to see, and you can see most everything in one very full day. You can also walk wherever you want to go, which is a nice change from the bigger cities. It was kinda fun to […]

Kyoto, Japan

Dec 1 – Dec 3 In the morning I made it to Kyoto, which is only about a 30 minute train ride from Osaka. Chika and Akemi, two amazing Japanese girls I met in Austin, had both been sending me emails saying they were very worried about me. Apparently they thought I was going to […]

Osaka, Japan

Nov 27 – Nov 30 It was a 5hr flight from Perth to Singapore (during which I met a really nice South African couple and got great areal views of the western edge of Australia). Then it was a 4 hour layover at Changi Airport in Singapore (where I made wood block prints, ate Indian […]

Bye Bye Perth, Australia

Nov 23 – 26 My second to last day in Perth was filled with boring things (like doing laundry, going to the chiropractor, and getting my hepatitis vaccinations). But I also managed to fit some fun things in too. Since I missed Amy’s birthday party (because I was floating around in Rottnest flood), I made […]

Rottnest Island, Australia

Nov 22 – 23 Dae and I arrived back into Perth in the evening. When I called Blair, I found that he and some other people had already left for Rottnest Island. He left the key in his sock outside and let me sleep in his room. I would meet up with everyone in Rottnest […]

North Western Australia Trip (Kalbarri, Coral Bay, Cape Range, Ningaloo Reef, Shark Bay, Carnarvon, Pinnacles Desert)

Nov 13 – 21 Perth is the most remote capital city in the world and distances in Western Australia are long. This means that there aren’t many consistent bus services. Aside from Greyhound, which offers flexible bus passes all over Australia but only makes the Western Australia trip a few times a week. Western Xposure […]

Back in Perth, Australia

Nov 10 – 12 After the South WA trip, I spent the next few days with Blair at his house in Subiaco. He was the best host I could ask for and I ended up taking over his living room off and on for the next few weeks (well, that is when we weren’t going […]

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