Saying Bye to a Good Friend

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Flag of Australia  , Queensland,
Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Once I done my holidays up the coast, I returned to meet Royce in Gayndah to start in a packing shed.

I managed to get a job in a packing shed outside of town and Royce went out to pick on Scott & Natasha's Farm. We were seperite and he kindly shared his car with me.

Royce only stayed for a month or so before he decided to move on with our Neighbour Rick to prune trees in Gin-Gin, I became very upset on this day as i would be alone in Gayndah with no car, At this point I realised how much i relied on Royce and what a rock he actually was.

Royce was a gentleman and gave me his car so i could complete my days for a second year Visa. Once i completed these day i packed up my things and dropped the car off to Royce in Gin-Gin.

Royce took me to Bundaberg to catch the train back to Brisbane so i could catch my plane for my next travel adventure to Thailand.

It was extremely sad when we said our good bye but i knew deep in my heart that our paths would cross again.

Meeting Royce made my experience in Australia more special than i could ever of imagined. I learned a lot from Royce, He got me listening to different music, My understanding of politics & how to shut of from a debate and most important Royce made me understand that it doesn't matter how often we speak and if we don't get back to each other straight away that our friendship is still strong and means something.

Before meeting Royce i would take a lot of things more personal expesically if they wouldn't reply straight away, He made me calm down, think about things clearer..... That there isn’t a rush and regardless how often we chat, We will still remain friends.
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