Facebook is being a pain. For some reason, I’m having trouble uploading pictures from my latest trip to Horsham. Currently it only works if I gradually add less than 10 pictures at a time. Which, I would like to add, is painfully tedious given the fact that I have over a hundred photos I would like to put up. Rah.
Anyway, our trip started with me and Hills heading down to the city at 3.30am in the morning. It’s because the day we were suppose to leave is a Sunday and they only have the 5am/6am buses on weekdays, we had to take the late night buses (the public transport system here is stupid). Since we had to leave the house at 3ish, and we usually go to bed at like, 1 or 2ish, we decided that we’ll just stay up watching Supernatural rather than sleep. We reached the city at about 4am, and headed off to the Pancake Kitchen to kill time and grab something to eat. Our bus leaves for Horsham at 7.20am, so yeah, we had heaps of time to kill.
My company for the long bus ride
Back from Horsham! And will update again soonish. And, and, and, we’ve got a new housemate! An exchange student from France. How exciting is that. Haha.
Alright, I’m off to Horsham. Will be back in a couple of days.
Photos from my road trip to Horsham with my housemates are finally up on Facebook as well as Shutterfly!
Click click, away!
Remember to leave me comments too, if you’d like.
Weekends are great because you’re finally getting a break from school! I just got back from Horsham. A small country town in the state of Victoria in Australia. One of my housemate is from there, so we paid a visit to his hometown! Plus he wanted to go back to replenish his supply of frozen home cooked food from his mum. Her cooking is awesome…
It was a 5 hour drive from Adelaide to Horsham. AM and J took turns driving us there. My butt was sore by the time we got there. But road trips are fun! Anyway, by the time we got to Horsham, it was about 7pm. It was dinner then a campfire, cozying around the fire we spent the night chatting and discussing our plans for the weekend. We couldn’t do much, so it was off to bed after we finished watching Superbad.
Woke up bright and early for breakfast, then a shower and then off to the farm! I got to ride a horse! And because I’m vertically challenged, I had to have the help of Hills to get me onto the horse combined with lots of screaming from me. I couldn’t help it. Wish I knew how to ride a horse. AM’s grandparents were really friendly, and his grandfather was really enthusiastic in introducing the farm animals to this Singapore suaku girl. He was so excited that I finally got to pet a chicken and have it so close to my face that I could kiss it! And then the guys proceeded to teach us how to shoot with a rifle. Yup, a real live and loaded one.