My thoughts on being 'back to normal' and what Aussie tought me.
Moving away from home for a few months sounds terrifying, yet exciting. Many peoples’ fear of studying abroad is leaving their loved ones, friends, and mostly- their pets. And I’ll be honest, I felt the same. Before leaving rainy England, as much as I was thrilled to go and live the dream down-under, I was dreading... Continue Reading →
Getting to grips with public transport can be confusing at the best of times, even more so when you’re in an unfamiliar place- Australia’s transport system is no exception. However, if you’re from London or ever travelled in London, this should make a little more sense. Like the pre-paid ‘Oyster’ card in London, Queensland has... Continue Reading →
There’s lots of things to plan before you study abroad. One of things you should consider plenty of time in advance is accommodation. Figuring out where you want to live for a few months in another country does sounds scary- but it’s really not that bad. I’ll break down the main options to make... Continue Reading →
So today is officially my month 'anniversary' being down under. Travelling from the UK to Oz was quite a painless experience to my surprise, despite it taking twenty four hours to get here. I think the flow of free drinks, having my own screen in front of me with so many films and programmes to pick... Continue Reading →