Teglo Goes...

…to Victoria, Australia

Posts include days 284-315 in chronological order. Click to read each short story.


Attack the Argument, Not the Person

The homeowner of the house I was sitting for had some passionate opinions. She said the key was to attack the argument and not the person. Calling someone names, like a misogynist, isn’t going to help your case. It will only push them further into their belief system. Even though we both got animated at times, we had respect for each other and were able to have a discussion and not an argument.

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House and Cat-Sitting

Being my first time in Australia, I had to get used to several things, like the slang. It was off the charts! There were more differences between the U.S. and Australia than I realized.

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Gentle Reminders in Life

While in Ballarat, I checked out the gold rush town set up and went deep into an old mine. I also attended a church and had to deal with getting some medications from the U.S.

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Bars and Libraries

Melbourne has a fun bar scene, many of them being, “secret.” In one case, you pull a refrigerator door inside of a sub shop and it opens to a hidden bar. The library was a beautiful piece of art too.

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Solo Travel, But Often Not Alone

I explored Melbourne after meeting up with an old coworker. I visited the war memorial, the botanical gardens, the zoo, and the mall. I even explore the nighttime city lights and a food truck festival.

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