Whenever I open up this blog, I realise that while I post about a lot of random stuff, I seem to spend all my time posting about places overseas. And I’ve just come to the realisation that I’m missing out on so many potential post by only blogging about other countries, and other cities. All the while forgetting my wonderful city!

The thing I really like about Brisbane is that it’s spread out, and there’s so much to see and do (and SO many suburbs!) that it feels like a really big place with room to move. But at the same time, on any given night out on the town, I’ll bump into people I know, whether they’re buskers, fellow nightshift workers, patrons from my club, or just old drinking buddies or schoolmates, and it makes Brisbane feel small and cosy. I’m yet to figure out how a city can feel so spacious and so familiar all at once, but it really works for me.

So I’ve decided to embark on an adventure to share a little more of my city with others. I have so many favourite spots and have been trying to expand my knowledge of the city and the best places to go and things to see, and now I want to let others know. If you’re a reader and you know somewhere in Brisbane you think I need to go or something I need to do, then let me know in the comments so I can check it out (and blog about it later!)

Okay, so this is going to be a lot less eloquent and insightful than my last post was, so just bear with me and eventually I’ll post something intelligent again.
Currently I’m sitting in my first uni lecture of a course I’m actually attending (I’ve crashed a mate’s course before) and everyone is on a ten minute break. So obviously, I’m blogging.ReTeks

So far so good in uni, except for the fact I just embarrassed myself in front of my entire lecture by being called up to do something I’ve actually got no clue how to do. Everyone laughed (me included) as I ran away back to my seat. I could be well on my way to establishing myself as the class clown already. Great!

Anyway, my lecturer is chatting about the Nazi’s (wait, this is a film class right??) so I better sign off and figure out why the heck Hitler is being mentioned.

So I just booked a ticket to Singapore the other day (FOR $99 OMFG) even though I had no money saved at all for this trip I want to embark upon.Visual Cage

And I just tossed a coin to figure out which date I should fly home on.

You can all already tell this is a well thought out, seriously researched trip. Stay tuned.

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When I ditched the travel adventure and came home early, every person I talked to about it assumed it was because I hated travelling and it wasn’t my thing. I’ve lost count of the conversations where I’ve had to tell people “Don’t get me wrong, I looooove travelling!” And then they thought I was insane because if I love travelling so much, then why in the world was I home!?kahovka-service

Just the way we were going about it didn’t appeal to me hugely – I personally felt like we were moving far too fast and at times it seemed like I was missing more than I was seeing. Which definitely got me a little down in the dumps, and I didn’t want to see New York if I could only spend three days there. It just seemed like.. a waste. I know, lately I’ve been giving my opinion on subjects and it’s probably making people think I’m really insane. Doesn’t want to travel fast, doesn’t want even two days in NYC, doesn’t want a real job… Who is this hippie freak!? I just have a lot of unpopular opinions, alright?

So yeah, I bailed on the travel. And while I have shed no tears about America, even with my family going to New York soon and knowing I won’t be there, south-east Asia is a hugely different story.

I MISS ASIA! I miss everything about it, the food, the people, the transport and the adventures and everything being so so cheap… I spend an inordinate amount of time each day just thinking about all of the things I miss and where I would go as soon as I get the chance to go back again. Just a couple of days ago I wrote about how good it felt to turn down a job that wasn’t right and then today I got an email from an airline company telling me about a sale, which meant I spent a fair amount of time wondering if I took the job, and saved my pay, if I could be in Asia right now. I just miss it so hugely and would love the chance to be back. If I could go back tomorrow, just pack my bags and run, I would in a heartbeat.

It’s not that I regret leaving my family to come home. It’s not that I regret coming back to Australia. I just wish I could’ve found a cheap flight to Bangkok and spent some time there before I came home to try and settle into a normal, working, teenage life. I just want to be among the hustle and bustle, do a little more adventuring before I attempt to settle down and try not to go to a new city every other week. It’s kind of weird knowing that I’ve moved somewhere new and now I have to stay here. I guess it’s still pretty hard for me to shake the constant urge to just move to a new place when I want a new adventure. I need to get my license so I can just go for a drive on the weekend to somewhere new and shake off the travel urge that way.

The good thing about my desire to go to Asia is that I have an even bigger desire to save money and make travelling in the near future a realistic possibility. Maybe this time I’ll take Kelsey with me and we can go exploring together!

I hope you’re all dying to know what is going on with my employment status right now! So here is the rest of yesterday’s post

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If you’ve been paying attention (and reading this blog) then you should know by now that I’ve moved home and have been trying to decide what I want to do with myself now that I’m sans family. Of course, the first thing I have to do to be able to well, live, is get a job.

Now, I’m not really keen on the idea of a job, and of work. My idea of a perfect ‘job’ is doing something I love and enjoy, but one of the sad facts of my life is that I am just not educated or qualified enough to be considered for any positions doing something I genuinely enjoy, unless chance steps in and something unexpected and brilliant happens. And whilst I’m  not a pessimist, I do live in a world of logic, and so I know the chances of a publisher finding my blog and asking me to write a book are very slim. Which means I need to go and join the workforce, become a productive member of society and all that jazz.

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So at the end of my previous post about returning to Brisbane, I informed you all that I actually wasn’t in Brisbane. Yeah, I know, I should’ve changed the title or something, but I am not one to mess with alliteration. Guess I better explain what’s going on – I know my family is aware of what I’m up to, but I’m sure I must be confusing my handful of readers who check back every now and then to see what I’m up to.

I’m currently in the town of Wollongong (or close enough) in New South Wales, Australia. Why am I here, you ask? Why am I not living it up in Bek’s bedroom in Brisbane? (that should’ve been the title of my last post, damn)

The answer, I guess, is that it’s all Dean’s fault. I’m still debating whether or not I should link you to his website – he’s a professional drummer – but that wouldn’t be as much fun as telling you the story myself, would it? More »

Alright, nobody give me any flack about being such a crap blogger. Because in another blogosphere (my well-loved Tumblr) I am a blogging master and run eight blogs. One of them does have about 800 followers, not that I’ll ever link that on here. The blog I run and am really loving at the moment is this one, which you can check out if you like pretty outdoor things.

But in case you don’t read this blog or don’t know me on Facebook or are one of those people I’ve just failed to notify, I’m actually living back in Brisbane, Australia. Currently I’m living with my best friend Bek, and whilst right now we’re in more of a one week sleepover than a living together situation, it seems like it should all turn out fine.

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So I’ve recently (in the last half an hour) decided that I can’t wait to get out of Australia! This is mainly due to one lovely event that happened on my lunch break at work just now.

I took a lovely walk and what did I come across? None other than the lovely Pseudechis porphyriacus, or Red-bellied Black Snake if you’re not into Latin. Now, this lovely little beast is a native Australian snake (and yes, there is also a North American species by the same name) and luckily for me, has a habitat on the eastern coast of Australia. Whilst it’s not actually deadly to humans, and bites are easily treated, it’s still not fun to run into a 2m long creature just sliding all over the path!
Before I ran past (I’ll admit, there was a little screaming) I got brave enough to take a photo. Check it out.

In addition to this lovely thing, Australia is also full of other nasty snakes, bugs, jellyfish, and in the depths of the ocean off our coast, we have the lovely Blobfish.

Attractive, no? No, I didn’t think so.

I’ve just Googled to see if there’s any more nasty animals I should inform you about, and what should I find other than a page titled “Australian Animals – Natural Born Killers” How nice!
And you know what it reminded me of? The nasty little baby-thieves we have, called dingoes. If you’re not Australian and have never heard the phrase “A dingo ate my baby” then take a look at this article.

And the box jellyfish! Who fancies going for a swim and trying to stay on the lookout for a tiny little clear jellyfish that’s only 2.5 cm big. Good luck, I’ll be on the beach drinking soda while you play hide and seek!

I honestly didn’t mean to start this post as a “down with Australia” type of thing, so I apologise for that. Whilst I do love my country, the spiders, bugs, snakes and 166 sharks that live off our coasts are seriously not nice!
Bring on Asia and some tigers please. They’re not slimy, they don’t look miserable or steal babies (as far as I know) and I can see them coming! Plus my family will have an awesome story to tell if I don’t run fast enough.