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G'day Mates! My apologizes in advance for not posting yesterday. I never realized how difficult it was to post every day while I'm here, so here's the breakdown for the last two days! Tuesday: We visited the Hyde Park Barracks and the Sydney Aquarium. We learned that the barracks had many different uses throughout the years such as, convict barracks, immigration depots and law courts & offices. ...
... was busy writing exams, so we explored down town Sydney by
ourselves partially by foot but also with the hop on and hop off busses. We
also went to the cinema one day and watched Noah with Emma Watson and Russell
Crowe and it was decent… We’ve been staying in Bondi Beach, which is like the
surfer/hippie paradise in the city. The first hostel we ...
... in a way but also incredibly liberating to have no fixed address, no home, and no jobs, free from any responsibilities!! How exciting!
The places we will go, people we will meet, incredible things we will see, cuisines we will taste, and experiences we will share over the next 8 months are an open book, and I have no doubt will be amazing. We can’t wait!
Most of our holidays in the past have been planned out to the tee, where we knew ...
... and not long after, Peter arrived followed by Alison. To me, it was amazing, here were 3 people whom I met when I was 5, and we were getting on like a house on fire, maybe friends you meet at such a young age do tend to last?
As it was Valentines day, Alison left us, and Peter, Becky, Lucy and myself made our way up through the city to a Turkish restaurant. Walking with these guys was awesome, and I said to Peter, you've lived in ...
First general statement: Rooms in the UK and Australia come furnished whereas you bring your own stuff in Germany if it's not a sublet for just a couple of month while someone is abroad.
Second general statement: I can't say I tend to pick the cheapest places to live, but Sydney is...pretty much Paris.
Greifswald (GER) and Aberdeen (SCOT) have been the two cities with unreasonable high rents for what they are. Greifswald because it's a ...