Pit Stop in Melbourne

Melbourne is pretty much the same as I left it – with the exception of a 3 new Prime Minister’s in the last 6 months, a couple of new inner city alleyways have been created, Vietnamese springroll lunch bars have sprung up in the city (see what I did there) and petrol has gone up … Continue reading Pit Stop in Melbourne

Leaving Australia

Leaving Melbourne, in the end, was remarkably easy. You just get on the plane and don't think about the fact you don't know when you will return to live there. You turn your headphones up so you only exist in your own headspace, and lean your head on the window molding as it's the first … Continue reading Leaving Australia

If you want your plans to change, tell them to someone

So weird.You think you know what you are doing and then an opportunity comes along to tempt you to change your plans. As I have mentioned, I will be spending a year volunteering in Mexico come April (or more to the point, May, by the time I have gallivanted around Europe). And people volunteering don’t … Continue reading If you want your plans to change, tell them to someone