laid is pronounced like paid but not said and said is pronounced like bread but not bead and bead is pronounced like lead but not lead
English is a very very stupid language and the more you learn about it, the more confusing it gets.
I just came back from spending three days wandering through lanes of street art and drinking real coffee and riding trams and getting lost in markets and generally enjoying life.
After eight weeks of Southeast Asia, I have to say there’s something special about being a tourist in your own country.
Two months of hostels and I finally have a private room. Good love low season in Australia!
They are now letting infants into university..
So much truth!
"When you’re in line to order your food/coffee and you don’t know what you want but you don’t want to waste everyone’s time so you enter a mild panic, and end up ordering something you don’t even like just because it pops into your head."
affogato | photo by reetta pasanen
I learnt how to drink affogato on a Singapore Airlines flight when I was 17.
Did I mention I made some elephant friends in Thailand?
Chiang Mai and Bangkok, Thailand
Serene mountains, rice fields, organic food, giant chickens, and the coolest travellers I’ve met so far.
Bound for city #15 and the skies look promising!