"What blog?" - No I'm just kidding! Sure i know about her blog..
Hhmm what to write.
Let me start with; it was a really great time "WWOOFing" at Lower Mangrove. We started last year WWOOFing at their farm for a couple of days (or weeks, i can't really remember), and finishd this year for again 1 week.
It was a great experience for me, and it's a good way to get better in english.
Thanks for this experience, for the fishing, the riding, the trip out in the bush and all the other stuff we could do with you... THANK YOU!
I'm really gonna miss you guys, also the little cute dogs Hamish and Any, but not Hamish's licking ;-)
Hope we'll see us again, but i think we will.
Luca asked me today when we'll come back: 'In one year?' 'No i don't think so.' 'two years?' 'No.' 'Four years?' 'No.' 'Ten years?' 'Maybe.' I tried to tell Luca that i first wanna see some other places on earth before i'll come back to Australia, so all of us don't know when we're gonna see us again...
Thats the way it is when you're traveling, isn't it?
So that little gem was by Manuel, one half of our Swiss wonder-wwoofing team....who are sadly leaving us today, after we take them to the reptile park to watch king browns being milked for their venom...he he he....just making sure they leave with sweet memories of Australia!
I'm glad his time with us was memorable so far...can't even remember if it was days or weeks.( It was actually over a month.) Anyway, the farm - especially the woodpile - looks great for their efforts, and once again our woofing experience has been a positive exchange of cultures and friendship and we had the opportunity to share this amazing place that we call 'home'.
Happy travels boys! Might see you in the Swiss Alps one day......