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[1: 1,837 of 10,000] Surprising Personal Observations In Australia

In List, Review on December 26, 2016 at 1:25 PM

australia

I was in Australia this September and October of 2016 to survey if the country is a place I would like to settle in while visiting family and friends too who were trying to persuade me to move.

  1. People in Australia know how to chill. It is a country that is both progressive and relaxed. People really utilize the park for unwinding.
  2. Progressive and yet homeless people are present that actually scared me a little, alarmed not to even interact with them. I don’t understand their ordeal and I am not ready to understand it.
  3. Shops close early and that makes me sad.
  4. It is populated by various Asians so Asian restaurants were quite rampant.
  5. The airport field is refreshingly beautiful with the natural trees and green grasses.
  6. I believe that the food and wine made in Australia are clean and well made.
  7. There is not much in the news because there is not much crimes going on.
  8. TV shows are filled with shopping episodes.
  9. There are so many beautiful places to see, both current and historical.
  10. It is a good country for a family because it takes care of its citizen.

I don’t party a lot but having said that I still prefer to live in a country with cities that lit up at night not necessarily that doesn’t sleep. Australia right now is too relaxed for my taste.

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[1: 1,043 of 10,000] Hello Australia

In Photo on June 7, 2013 at 11:43 AM

Magnolia Red Velvet Cake

Sissy is leaving in 8 days and so we throw party to welcome the new adventure in Australia. The best way to celebrate is serving all her favorite food that she will miss from Dubai and that goes to say a Red Velvet Cake from Magnolia would never go missing!

[1: 1,008 of 10,000] Ode to Saying #5 – Dream & Aim It

In Journal on May 2, 2013 at 12:00 AM

A month from now I would be celebrating my birthday. Last year was a quiet celebration especially after my Mum’s passing; so this year I quite don’t know what to expect but I sure want it to be meaningful and memorable.

I want my sisters and I to run our own business and I want to have my own house and lot in Australia. I don’t have both yet but I know that with my current job I could treat it as my training ground for a Master study in running our own business soon and I got the right agency/lawyer to continue my visa application for state sponsorship in Australia that will fulfill my desire to settle on my own sanctuary.

Worth It
Those are my realistic dreams right now and they are not easy to achieve, there are so many uncertainties but as the Photo Saying goes I believed it in my heart that it is going to be worth it. Bit by bit – it will lead me to my goal. I often do not get myself stuck with the uncomfortable, if it’s get tougher, I keep my eye on the prize, then I exhale, I’m okay… I continue the journey. I will never let self doubt and inaction halt me, I won’t take that route.

[1: 995 of 10,000] 7 Australian Restaurants/Patisserie I Want to Dine In Inspired by MasterChef Australia

In Article on April 19, 2013 at 12:00 AM

Yors Australian Food Feast Dream

  1. Adriano Zumbo Patisserie
  2. George Calombaris’ The Press Club
  3. Gary Mehigan’s Fenix
  4. Matt Moran’s Chiswick
  5. Luke Nguyen’s Red Lantern
  6. Shannon Bennett’s Vue de Monde
  7. Peter Gilmore’s Quay

Australia wait for me and I would surely go to each of this gorgeous food places.

[1: 960 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Forward

In Photo on March 15, 2013 at 10:48 AM

90 Days

Today is a beginning of a 90-day countdown in our home. It is a new adventure that gives me frantic butterflies in my stomach but I know that it is a decision on moving forward.

Watch out Australia, my sissy is coming! I pray that by next year, my youngest sissy and I are finally moving too. For now, I will enjoy Dubai as much as I can.

[1: 749 of 10,000] Dubai Cricket Stadium Is All Lit Up

In Photo on September 4, 2012 at 9:09 PM

Our neighbor Dubai Cricket Stadium is all lit up today because there is a game between Australia and Pakistan tomorrow. Took the shot from our balcony and I wonder if raving fans will be creating thunder cheers to where we stand. I’ll find out tomorrow.