Recently, actually more like early this year, I purchased a new camera. It’s not a DSLR because it’s not quite handy when you want to use it for travelling. Due to this reason, I chose a mirrorless camera instead. They are slightly cheaper than DSLRs but not much, unless you get some ultra professional DSLR then yes.
Where am I going with this? Well, I travelled to the Philippines and Singapore earlier this year and I did get some videos to put together when I got back to Australia. However, I had to go straight to work after I came back and Uni started soon after so really, I didn’t have much time. I was able to edit the first part of the travel experience – which if you want to watch then click here. I know I stuffed up the title bit because I was too sleepy when I was reviewing the vid beforehand and completed missed it. It wasn’t until my brother and a friend pointed it out that I realised my mistake. It was too late by then so I just left it. It’s still cringey looking at it. Like in my head, the word, “NOOOOOOB!” just echoes, but oh well moving on.
It’s been more than 7 weeks since I edited the first part but I haven’t even started editing the second part, laziness and being unsatisfied by the lack of videos is really the reason why. I’ll edit it after I travel somewhere, so it becomes kind of like my 2017 travel summary vlog. HAHA.
Anyway, the point of this post is YES, WE TRAVEL ON KANGAROOS TO SCHOOL OR WORK! Apparently, that’s a common thing people think about when they meet an Australian, so here is a video that shows that…
But really though, are you guys for real? Have you been living under a rock or something? Yes, Australia is still pretty desert-y in most places and is pretty much nothing but trees, grassland, sand and water in the rural areas but we do have cars and other means of transportation than kangaroos. They aren’t even tame enough to allow a hooman sit on them.
Long post short (coz it ain’t a story), this is a bit of Australia, namely Victoria.