Since we found that our time as expats would be coming to a rather unexpected end way
back in March, life has been busy with preparations, so much to do.
We have been deciding what gets shipped home, what gets left behind.
The dog has had his rabies shots and is on his way to becoming an Aussie.
School places have been secured and we have been busy squeezing as
much of Europe as we possibly can before the return down under in January 2016.
Here is a little of what we have been up to over the last month...
We popped over to Metz in France to have a crepe for lunch and checked out the
beautiful Saint-Stephen of Metz Cathedral. Great way to spend a gorgeous Spring day.
After our little ANZAC Day service we drove through the Black Forest.
It was wet and cold but still spectacular.
We spent the night in the gorgeous Spa town of Baden Baden, Germany.
Of course we ate some Black Forest cake on the drive home.
We have picked tulips in fields, for 45c a stem why wouldn't you???
I have wandered around the lovely Wiesbaden, just down the road, soaked up the history.
Of course we have eaten nearly our body weight in the delicious White Asparagus
which is currently in season.
We stumbled across a classic car rally in Wiesbaden on another visit.
We just returned from a weekend trip to Berlin for our youngest daughter's 15th birthday.
We joined a gazillion teenage girls for a 5 Seconds of Summer concert (Aussie band)
and we soaked up some history too.
More on our adventures to come...a little bit stir crazy here at the moment!