So I’ve been back home for 2 months now and I never realised how difficult adjusting to “normal life” would be.
Where has the time gone?
One minute I’m in Australia and now I’m back in England with my journey (for now) coming to an end.
Before we start, I would just like you to know I am far from an expert.
Just ask the second degree burns on my legs from that time I spilt a bowl of microwave noodles down myself. (It happened last week, I have pictures.)
The main thing I wanted to do when I started travelling was get my own place (or at least share) and actually be able to feel like I’m living abroad rather than working and travelling.
I’m nearing my 6 month mark in my visa, I have 55$ in my bank account (legit), I have a job (omg finally) and I’m still ”””technically””’ homeless….
The main two things that people do when they travel the East Coast of Australia are the Whitsunday Islands and Fraser Island.
I was very fortunate to be able to visit both and although the cost of them alone was close to $1000 it was worth every penny (or cent).
Another month has passed, and here I am making another blog post.
My current situation : unemployed and living in a hostel in Melbourne, sad about the fact I spent the last month travelling down the East coast.
Now I have to find a job to continue have fun in Australia.
But instead of applying for jobs (again), I’ll tell you about my trip (it was a good one)
let me first say that I am probably the most antisocial outgoing person
I hate being around people, especially those that I don’t know, but at the same time I love being in a big group and being social and doing stuff Continue reading “oooh travelling friends *thumbs up*”
so it’s been a while…..
one piece of major advice i would give to people coming over to australia is make sure any job referees know you’re using them as a reference!