Exploring New Surroundings

What would it be like to reside in Australia?

There would be some major differences. It’s the Southern Hemisphere, seasons are reversed.

How long would it take to adjust to the time difference? Twenty-seven hours ahead of central daylight time.

Driving on the left, I could handle, with concentration.

I’ve always wanted to visit Australia. Another place on my wish list is Alaska.  Perhaps some day these visits will happen?

Anything’s possible.  Never thought I’d make it to Hawaii, either.

Author: warturoadam77p

70 year old married retired communications worker with three grown children, transplanted from the Midwest to the sunny Gulf Coast.

4 thoughts on “Exploring New Surroundings”

  1. You shoud try flying across the international dateline. If I board a plane for New Zealand via LA at Heathrow on a Saturday. When it touches down at Auckland airport its Monday. The damned dateline steals a day. But If I head back here via Singapore I gives me a whole day back!!!

  2. Alaska is a great place to visit (I’ve lived on the Kenai Peninsula for 42 years) but just be sure to come in the summer! You will love the long, long days… Our son lives in Brisbane, Australia, and when I went there we traveled around much of the surrounding area and the coast of Queensland. It was all wonderful (I didn’t have to drive). I have also been to NZ several times and agree wholeheartedly with Jack’s comment above. I say pack your bags and head out!

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