This month I’m reading Tin Man by Sarah Winman.
I love Sydney. I love its double-deckered trains. I love its tree lined streets. I love its micro parks. I love its architecture that leaves you wondering if you’re in Manhattan. I just love it.
There’s so much to do and to see and it really doesn’t cost a lot. A week is the perfect amount of time to explore and take it all in.
Whether you’re in a shared house, student house or hosteling somewhere, we’ve all had experiences with roommates for better or worse. If you’re lucky you’ll get a good bunch who are more often than not on the same page as you are and you’ll have good times which you’ll look back on and smile about. If you’re unlucky then there is no limit to the misery it can cause. The only shining light is it makes a good anecdote once over.
As I reach my final week of hosteling before I move on to my New Zealand campervan, I’ve reflected back over the last three months of shared dorms, and three years of student living prior to that. Continue reading “Roommate Etiquette”
From Magnetic Island to Surfers Paradise; a few of the favourite bits. Continue reading “Australia: The Highlights So Far…”