How should I begin with something that I don’t want to end? This may possibly be my concluding post for my Working Holiday New Zealand chapter and perhaps the only one that I drafted notes of what to write. It has been 11 days since I’ve returned from New Zealand and 3 more days till
I know I’m late for this drama and probably the whole world has already blogged about the filming locations and I didn’t really want to write about it until.. I saw the last episode. The scenery in that episode really captivated me and now I’m wrecking my brains on how and when to visit Switzerland,
Okay, this is it. I’ve done the sums and.. the truth hurts but.. my high spending is kind of expected given that I embarked on this working holiday experience after working in the corporate life for 7+ years which means that I do have the spending power and bringing money home was definitely not on
Greetings from Singapore. If you have been here with me since week 0, thank you for spending precious time to follow me on my journey. I had grand plans for my final week in New Zealand. I wanted to catch the musical ‘Book of Mormons’ and go for a last solo trip up to Northlands.
Have you ever wondered how much you can earn from your working holiday in New Zealand? I had been in New Zealand for 37.5 weeks (with my 6+3 months visa) and I had been really thankful that I had managed to work for 27 weeks (>70% of my time), across 7 different jobs. At the
The world is panicking; The borders are closing up; and I may potentially be stuck. This all happened because of the decisions I made and the crazily uncertain future for me and perhaps the rest of the world. Today is Sunday night and I am sitting on the bed of my (should be) final accommodation
There’s no answer to the question above. Many of my friends have been asking me this question (which kinds of irritates me) but I know I don’t deserve to feel irritated because they are just being concerned about my life and future. To be honest, I am quite certain that my decision to remain in
So this is the highlight of my working holiday – a true holiday with my family; one which did not require me to fuss about breakfast every morning and.. something which allowed me to feast like no tomorrow. Anyway, hope this itinerary will be useful as it seems like we didn’t spend a lot of