The times they are a-changin’

The end of daylight savings, or Summer Time, came suddenly and mercilessly. One week I was coming home after work to a beach full of swimmers and sunbathers (bakers in the local vernacular). The next week I am returning in the dark. There’s still plenty of activity on the Esplanade: runners, cyclists, saunterers, dog walkers,

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Sometimes life is a beach

Living in Glenelg, I get to the beach most days and I always take a picture for Instagram. Unfortunately I’m not here just for the beach life; they only let me stay in the country on a 457 Visa to work. So here’s a few observations about working in South Australia. We’re paid fortnightly. Leave

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The last day of summer

The beach at Glenelg was surprisingly busy for a school night, but the unusual thirty degree April warmth brought people out for a last bathe in the ocean, or a last bathe (they say bake here) in the sun. Couples strolling across the square, cops cruising the prom, kids on skateboards, a semi-naked backpacker recharging

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