It’s been 2 months since I first set foot in Sydney, and I realized that I have really been slacking on writing new blogs and posting pictures! I won’t be able to put everything that I’ve experienced in this one post but there will be more soon after this one! 2 months has gone by way too fast, and I feel like I will soon be on a plane going back home within no time. With that said, I still haven’t booked my return flight, so who knows when I’m going to go back home. I am now proud to say that I’m a pro at crossing the street here, and knowing how to catch the bus. In Australia, you have to wave down the bus so that the bus drivers know that you want it to stop. There have been a few times where we totally missed the bus because we forgot that it doesn’t stop unless you signal it to stop. So in the past 2 months, balancing my new schedule is probably the hardest part of studying abroad. The best thing is that on most days, I don’t have a set schedule and that is probably the best parts of studying abroad. I’ve been trying to be my own travel agent, keeping up with my workout schedule, trying to surf and skate as much as possible, hanging out with my crazy American and European flatmates, exploring everywhere and anywhere in Sydney, relaxing in the new $900 hottub we just got, going to the UNSW longboarding and surfing club events, trying to find the best bars and clubs in downtown, and finding the cheapest alcohol because it is so expensive here! Oh and I should add homework to that list… I was going to try to find a part time job nearby, but it’s probably not going to happen!