Recently, I went to Adelaide for my semester break, it was great fun!
I went down for SA State Music Camp, and I got the same position as I did last year (second clarinet in the concert band). I had heaps of fun, and I was quite impressed with my social skills that I have gained since moving to Grafton. I reckon it may be because I'm around a heap of people nearly all the time now, whereas in SA, we were so isolated that I basically only hung out with my family. It was fun!
I also got to spend a lot of time with some friends I made a couple of years back. We played heaps of board games, which was awesome, because I love board games! The one we played most was Ticket To Ride; Nordic Countries, which we played every day (multiple times), except for the last day, when I was packing and most of them were out.
I also bought a game called 'The Resistance' while I was down there. It is one of my favourite games! It is a bit like mafia in the fact that you have a card, and nobody can know whether you're a resistance member or a spy, and you have to figure it out. But The Resistance is a million times better than mafia, and you use logic to figure it out.
I enjoyed catching up with old friends, and meeting new ones!
Fare the well, everyone!