Sydney to Sydney Loop
Ever been on a big road trip ? Well it’s not as hard as you might think. Try this 365 night itinerary and get a real taste of what it’s like to travel the world.
I was 62 yesterday, the 15th of March, and I’ve decided to go on a year-long trip. I’ve always wanted to do a road trip but have never had the time or someone to go with. I’ve come up with a solution and have mapped out a trip which will see me leaving the traffic of Sydney behind and heading in an easterly direction for one whole year.
On the first day I’ll check out the sunrise over the Bay and then enjoy lunch in a local cafe. I’ll then take in the beautiful scenery for a while and later on look towards the west for a soothing sunset. This is also the best time to see the moon-rise when it comes up over the ocean where I’ll relax by the Bay with a glass of wine.
Once I’ve done with all that I’ll head home, kick the dust off from my shoes and get out the telescope to look at what’s happening on the other planets that are joining me as I speed through the solar system orbiting the sun. Some of these like Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, are quite massive, so thank god they stay just far enough away so as not to cause trouble.
Most days I’ll be spinning in an easterly direction at a speed of 1675 km/hour. (1000 miles per hour) and heading in a counter-clockwise direction at a speed of 107,300 km/hour (67,062 miles per hour)
I’ll follow this plan each day and if all goes according to plan I should be back here in this same spot at this time next year.
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