muchtooyoungtofallinlove:

can’t complain about the rain when you see things like this #thursday

muchtooyoungtofallinlove:

can’t complain about the rain when you see things like this #thursday


muchtooyoungtofallinlove:

we’ll never get over this building

muchtooyoungtofallinlove:

we’ll never get over this building


i’ll post some photos from my trips to new york and chicago soon!


port elliot. (june 2012)


time for a break

when classes were finished for the semester, we were tired of sitting around in our residence (which to be honest was a little constricting after a while….), so we planned a trip about three hours out of the city to a place on the coast called port elliot. it was cold but sunny, and since it was the off season it was empty. we spent three days wandering around and taking pictures, relaxing by the fire in the hostel, and eating cheap steak dinners at the local bar. definitely helped us to relax!


sara’s 21st. at the races! don’t we look pretty? :)


sara’s twenty-first birthday

we celebrated her birthday by going to the horse races in our fancy dresses and drinking champagne! we had a great time, and we got to see black caviar (very famous racehorse) race. she won, of course. we stayed all day and had mcdonalds (typical) for supper. probably one of my favourite days of my whole six months in australia…


mossman gorge. i’ve been here twice (after this, with my family), and since i was here when this photo was taken, the bridge has collapsed and they’ve closed off that path (i didn’t take photos of the bridge though). additionally, cars are no longer allowed to drive up to mossman gorge because of small space and precarious driving! they’ve built a gorgeous visitor’s centre and now you can take a mini bus up to the gorge.


cape tribulation, in the daintree. very cloudy that day, but still a beautiful beach. no swimming though! unless you like crocs…


while we were staying in the daintree, we walked down the road to a the head of a trail, and walked through what felt like unexplored rainforest to a pool of water in the midst of a river. the crocodiles (common in this area!!) couldn’t get to this portion because it was protected by boulders through which the water seeped on each side (up and downstream). there was a rope swing into the water, but you had to watch you missed the rocks on the bottom! talk about a little bit of paradise… :)