Day two, By Sea, Me & Arvo Tea

Slowly, opening up

The island state of Western Australia looks to be opening up after almost eight months closed due to COVID-19. Whilst we’ve fared so much better than others around the world, we’ve taken a more hardline stance to protect ourselves which has actually seen our economy the strongest in the nation. Today, our premier announced we’re... Continue Reading →

No, the other left

I was heading into the city for a dinner party this evening, a location I rarely venture to if I can avoid it. To get to my friend’s place isn’t the easiest when exiting the freeway, the turns are just confusing and frankly I just f@$k it up every time. Wanting to get it right... Continue Reading →

Is self-isolating enough?

Coronavirus cases here in Australia are still relatively low, though they say our trajectory is still inline with those of other countries like Italy that didn't react early and saw numbers grow exponentially; 33 percent growth day-upon-day. Our reliance upon self-isolation is unavoidable, however it also relies upon individuals not being selfish in their isolation,... Continue Reading →

Returning to Perth, albeit early

I’m returning home to Perth today, a day ahead of my original schedule, due to Jetstar’s industrial action by pilots tomorrow. In the future I’ll avoid the airline and go with Singapore Airlines, a much better carrier. My final morning here, I awoke slightly later and missed the start of sunrise but did capture the... Continue Reading →

Day 3 in Bali: Sunrise and spa (again)

Bali has put on another wonderful golden sunrise this morning, the sky adorned with just the right amount of clouds to add interest. I’m returning to the Thalasso spa again this morning. I was originally to have had two further massages, however Jetstar to the rescue there. Thus, I converted today’s appointment to the same... Continue Reading →

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