I’m still alive

I’m still alive and back in Austria since the 11th of January. The reason why I haven’t posted anything in the meantime is that there is not a lot of stuff to write about. I’m not saying that I’m up to nothing, it’s just that I’m doing stuff that’s not too uncommon–studying, working for the students‘ association, partys, skiing, and so on. This is mostly stuff that’s not really interesting for people who don’t know me–and those who do will probably know what it’s like anyway.
From the server statistics, I can glean that there are still a couple of folks who check out this site regularly. That’s something I really like! And I don’t want to disappoint my readers, so I will be posting updates every few days/weeks.
I am also looking for a new topic for this journal–I need to change it. Maybe I’ll write about physics or studying. Maybe about something completely different. If you have some suggestions, I’d love to hear them. And please, please ignore the comment spam that keeps pouring in–I’ll fix that soon.


Last day in Canberra

Today is my last day in Canberra. It is somewhat sad to leave Canberra and the community here at Burton and Garran Hall behind, but there is an adventurous trip waiting for us. We (me and ten other exchange students) are going to Sydney tonight, where we will catch a flight to Darwin (in the far north of Australia) on Monday evening. We’ll be spending the night there and get our three rental cars the next day. After exploring the National Parks in the vicinity of Darwin, we’ll go to Katherine and then fairly straight south on the Stuart Highway, to infinity and beyond (well, in fact, to Alice and beyond). This also means that I’ll be away from internet and e-mail most of the time…something that I think I might actually enjoy… ..and also the mailing adress at B+G is not valid any more.