One week and I’ll be on a plane back to Sydney. Well the second leg of my journey back to the Straya. I still can’t believe how quick it’s been. Especially since time felt pretty slow when I first got here. And now here I am, nearing the end of my exchange.
I’ve had a blast and I really wish this wouldn’t end so abruptly as it should. I’ve taken so many risks, done so many things outside of my comfort zone, maybe had a couple of regrets but besides from those setbacks I’ve had the time of my life. I honestly think I’ve done more in the 10 months I’ve been in Japan than I have in the entire 21.5 years of my life, which I believe is quite the achievement for me.
Countless photos taken, so many photos taken, all the people that I’ve met and reconnected with I will treasure forever. In fact I had just come back from my last trip to the Sapporo Snow Festival (heaps of fun!).Well at least while I can. Not to mention all the things I’ve accumulated during my time here.
Now my room is a bomb site – it’s been pretty messy for a while but it’s only about to get worse as I try and figure out what to keep or ditch. And then there’s the cleaning. So much cleaning. Hopefully all this madness should me over in a week.
One week left. One week left to squeeze in the remaining time I have with all the lovely people I’ve met and connected with and just to have fun.
It’s going to be a whirlwind journey to the end.