I can hardly believe that the tour is over and it’s our last day together! What an incredible journey over the last few weeks. It’s been crazy busy, fun, exhausting, exhilarating, frantic, magical, and inspiring – and the friends we’ve made along the way have made it a very special experience.
So, what to do on our last day? What can I say except that Samudra, those smoothies, and those lounges, were very appealing for the first part of the day! It really was the first time we could truly relax without another event to plan and organise.
After quite a bit of R & R, Sheridan took us out again to another perfect beach for surfing and swimming. What else do you do in this part of the world? Isn’t this just postcard perfect?
The boys surfed, we swam, and danced!
That evening, to top it all off, was the Womubu World Music Festival held at nearby Busselton, and by chance I knew the owner of the venue, Caroline, from her attending Hippocrates, where I used to work – small world! Because of this connection, lucky us got to meet the bands after the gig finished
It was a stunning evening, warm and clear – and we arrived for the two bands that were the highlight of the festival – New Zealands biggest export Fat Freddys Drop, and the US supergroup Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra who were supporting them. Unbelievable! How lucky were we, to be in WA at the same time that this great music event was on?!!!
The gorgeous girls!
Our new found friends Damian and Karri
And to wrap up the tour, here is a photo of David and myself. I’m so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with someone of his calibre in the raw food and health world. The tour was an outstanding success and it is a credit to the combined efforts of all involved. David has already spoken about coming back next year, so let’s hope that he does, and continues to spread his message of health, longevity and vitality to all who are willing to listen and be a part of a new generation of people standing up and saying “Yes” to life.