Our last day in Tasmania started at 7:30 with the breakfast buffet once again.
After packing our bags and saying goodbye to our the luxurious hotel that is Ibis, we headed down to the street of Salamanca where a market was being held. Here the students and teachers had the opportunity to shop around, expand their taste buds and take in everything that the market had to offer.
As the hours went by we headed back onto the bus and left for our last stop of Mona. Mona is the museum of new and old art. The exhibition includes a range of painting, photographs, sculptures and many other expressions of art exploring a whole concept of ideas.
After looking around at the whacky, weird but cool art we ended our time at Mona with a packed lunch in their courtyard.
Next we jumped back on the bus and headed off to the airport to come home after a long and amazing week! After lining up and checking in we finally boarded the plane for a short and sweet flight home.
Although the flight gave most of us blocked ears for a while, when we touched down in Melbourne majority of the group were glad to be home. We made our way out of the airport to collect our bags and jump on the last bus ride of our trip. Whilst doing so we passed YouTuber Scotty Sire and girlfriend Kristen McAtee which added to some of the students excitement to be home.
Tasmania provided us with many amazing views, activities, friends and memories which is safe to say that we will all remember for a long time.
All us students would just like to take the moment to say a massive thank you to Mr Baker, Mr Trickovic, Mrs Townsend and Mrs Beamish for giving up your time to provide us with such a wonderful trip. Without you Tasmania would not have been half as amazing, although the comedy could be improved Baker Thank you all again! We are all very grateful and appreciative for everything you did for us this trip!
Until next time! Thanks for reading!
(A final note) On behalf of the staff -Miss Beamish, Mr Baker, Mrs Townsend and Mr Trickovic we would like to thank all of the students for coming on the trip, their amazing attitudes (even when tired and sick) and behaviour which was impeccable. I’d also like to acknowledge the staff who came along for the trip, supporting the students and each other without you, trips like this are not possible- Miss B