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Heeeey. I am moving to Brisbane in January and have been looking for somewhere to live with people similar to my age. My ideal accommodation would be like student living but obviously I am not a student anymore (I'm 23). I want to live with a group of Australians around the center of Brisbane area (or roughly around there) so I signed up for different flat sharing websites but all I seem to get it creepy replies and one bedroom flats which I would find so boring. Can anyone help? Thaaanks :notworthy: Kirst xx
For any that don't know what Geocaching is it is a free high-tech world wide treasure hunt (although you can restrict it to the area you live in if you want to) where you log on to the Geocaching site to get clues and then use your GPS to find caches hidden by other players. It's a fun outdoors thing to do especially if you like treasure hunts. You can look for other people's caches or set up your own for others to find. I only started recently and have been stunned by how many people (including kids) are doing it. There are special ones for kids where they can get little toys out of the cache provided they pop a replacement back into it for the next person to find. Is anyone else doing it?
Might be moving 'down under' and I just want to know what teenagers do for fun. I will be 15 when we go and will probably go to Perth. I'm from huddersfield,a pretty big town so am used to having lots to do. I would like to get into surfing but am pretty useless at most sports. How long are the holidays? what exams do you do? I'm starting my GSCE's now,in England. Will i fit into school and when does school start and finish? I know it's a lot of questions but any answers would be a help! :arghh: help please !!! harriet.