It's been a week since I've landed in Australia. Early last Saturday morning I contemplated my arrival at the airport in Melbourne, before my flight to Adelaide, over a Krispy Kreme doughnut and a cappuccino. Any time I arrive at a new a place and I'm just gathering my bearings, the days merge one into the other, the particular name of which becomes unimportant. Time instead gets organized around specific activities, or a lack thereof. Fortunately, jet lag was barely an issue, and I felt acclimated to the new location within a few days.
Of course there are some things that are different. Two things I reminded myself of today were 1.) if I'm going to make a purchase, I'm not going to get one of those
What other fun things will I learn from this continent/island/nation? I haven't reignited a regular sketching habit yet but in the road to productivity this Sunday, I worked out how to use one of the scanners in the house. I can see that the scanner is is more suitable for drawings than the document scanner I used in Haifa. Below are a few sketches, two pages from my travels this time around, the other a quick one of some of the backyard.
|Waiting at the airport|
|View from a window at Incheon International Airport|
|Pencil sketch of the backyard|