THE WEEKLY #28: FLYING HIGH

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First things first I want to thank everyone who voted for me in the Kerala Blogger’s Express Competition. I ended in 11th place and should hopefully hear shortly about my involvement in the two-week trip to the southern region of India. Over 800 people made the effort to vote for me, which blew me away and I am extremely grateful for. If there is any small act of kindness I can do for any of you reading this please feel free to reach out to me.

A week of warm weather had me exploring the beaches of Adelaide and beyond. I ventured out to Port Noarlunga, hitting up some back flips and jetty-jumps and enjoying a 41 degree day. The tan was worked on no doubt.

The highlight of the week was definitely the weekend. My cousin invited me down to a luxury villa at Normanville, which is only just over an hour away from Adelaide. Our villa was in the South Shores complex and a short walk over the sand dunes to Normanville Beach.

On our way back to Adelaide I convinced everyone to head to Second Valley to jetty-jump and cliff-jump. I was stoked everyone was on board and the weather was prime for enjoying the crystal clear water of the Fleurieu Peninsula.

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It was the first time I had ever jumped at Second Valley and this little cove instantly became one of my favorite spots within close proximity to Adelaide. To view the full blog post click here.

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This week I am going to be getting a lot of work done and planning a solo road-trip along the Great Ocean Road for the first week of March.

 

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