I have been using Huawei Mate 9 on plan with Vodafone since four month. Last month, my Mate 9 headset port stopped working and I was no longer able to use my headphone. Last week, finally I sent my phone back to Huawei Repair Center through Vodafone service centre since it was under warranty and they informed me that I will get it back after fifteen days. Well, that was too long. I have to check the Sydney train schedule on daily basis. If you even left your mobile in room, then it’s very very difficult to travel here in Sydney. Specially for the new international student, its too complicated.
” My brother and he is the best friend”
Sandhya was explaining to her (going to be) sister in law name, Anamika about our friendship.
This was not the first time Sandhya, talking about our friendship.
I was on the way back to my room from 12 hours of work. It usually takes around 45 minutes on train.
As usual, I was on the top carriage of the Train alone checking my Instagram profile to know how many likes do my latest post received. Ever since I have been so passionate about photography, uploading new pictures on my Instagram profile has been routine.
On Sydney train, one can travel in between the carriages whenever you like. As the same, a beautiful girl just entered in my carriage. I thought she will pass by and didn’t care so much. But the interestingly, she came near by me. Now, I became a little bit active since a beautiful girl was nearby and just by nature that every boy’s heart will be full of love, in the same way, my heart started dancing with love. I was a little bit panic.
This weekend I got chance to visit Palm Beach which was in my bucket list. More than an hour drive on car, swimming on the beach and fifteen minutes walk to lighthouse made my day. Here are the some glimpse of the day.
It was one of the best moment of mine being in Australia. I have never ever seen such huge fireworks. That was really awesome.
Actually, Our plan was to catch both the Harbor Bridge and The Opera house fireworks but we were unable to get the Harbor bridge fireworks . We couldn’t get the proper place since most of the people had already reserved their location from the morning. The crowd, the people and the surroundings were amazing in the circular Quay. All the trains on Circular Quay station was cancelled and I had to walk from Wynard station to the Circular Quay. It was Amazing by the way.
It was not in our plan for this weekend but a quick decision made us to visit Auburn Botanical Garden before we give a start to our plan of the day. Well, we should be shame that we have been here for more than five months in Australia but we haven’t seen any Kangaroo. We were more excited to visit this Botanical Garden after we found out that it has kangaroos………………….. Yahooooooooo
Here are some Glimpse of it.
Walking on the coastal line is one of the best thing to do in Australia. In Sydney, there is nothing better than spending time on the coastal. Bondi to Coogee coastal walk has been my most finest moment ever since I came to Sydney. The two hours long on the coastal walk has made my day off, awesome.
Some moments are so precious that you can never ever get them back. The only thing we can do is to REGRET missing those moments. The same thing is happening in my life. One by one, I have been missing the moments where I really wanna be.
The day before yesterday, one of my School Pal: Ramesh Maharjan got married and I am really happy for him but inside me, I have been feeling so regret not being able to attend such precious moment. I know this moment never ever gonna come again and I missed that. Anyway,
I am really bad in making frens. That may be the reason, I have just few frens whom I can say the closed one and they are mostly from the school zone.
It’s been around three and half month here in Australia, and I have started missing them so badly that sometime I regret not having anyone of them here. I am closed and reserved type of guy who doesn’t open himself until he feels completely comfortable with someone. Someone even call me introvert. Well, it’s by nature that I don’t like to be opened unless I am comfortable with but living here in Australia has somehow helping me to go out of the comfort zone.