The internet has stopped working in our house (I think they stopped paying for it given we're going to be moving) so I went into town to Peter Pan's so they could find a campervan for me. However, when I was looking last night they were a lot more expensive than I thought they would be, so whilst I was waiting for an advisor to be free (they kept seeing people that had come in after me before me) I was looking through the brochures for tours, and so I decided I'd book one of those just for myself. The Bunyip tour company also do Neighbours tours, where you look round the set, and the Neighbours Trivia night that I have wanted to go to since I found out about it. If you booked a 1-day Great Ocean Road trip with them you could get a free ticket to the trivia night so I booked it for Tuesday, and the trivia night for the 13th (which could be a bit of a rush, given that we are planning on staying in the airport that night for our flight early in the morning of the 14th, but if it's free I don't mind not going).
I started working in Brunswick Street at 5, so there was no point in going back, and so I did some more Christmas money spending. I brought a nice blue Adidas hoodie, as I had lost the hoodie I left England with. I had passed a milk bubble tea stall several times before and would always check out the moving advertisement of the hot teas you could get. The two types were multigrain sesame milk (or something similar, and that's the one I think I was checking out whenever I walked past) and white matcha fungi with red soy beans, which because the lady said she preferred I asked for. It was disgusting.
I hadn't clocked it before, but it was my last shift at Brunswick Street today, so in the spare time I had before work, I took pictures of the graffiti I liked and always though I needed to take a photo of. I felt naughty using their microwave to cook my dinner for some reason.
Magali gave me her resume to pass onto Hooked, and Vicki rang her to offer her an interview on Monday.