I woke up because the men were starting to move everything out of our house and being very noisy about it. Me and Olivier started eating our breakfast on the sofa, but more and more furniture was disappearing as we did so. They tried lifting us whilst we were eating, but we ended up having a breakfast picnic on the floor. I told him that I had 'Confessions' by Usher in my head, and he put on the only song by Usher he likes which is 'I need a girl' and we sang along to that which was very fun.
Since Alice was at work, once I was packed and everything had gone, and everyone that was moving to the Caulfield North house had gone, I was kind of sat twiddling my thumbs, so me and Geoffrey went to visit their house. It wasn't as convenient as I thought it would be to get to, and there was supposed to be 15 sleeping there tonight, with only 12 beds in there at the moment, and not much room to put more beds in. When Joe picked us up and took us to the Brighton house, I was so glad he had put me there... it was huge! It's a mansion, and has a private tennis court, and my room overlooks the front garden. I will be sharing with another girl called Laura who moves in on Tuesday. Me and Alice went for a walk to see the beach (which didn't actually turn out to be that much of a beach) and the shops and train station (as advised by an old man who took about 20 minutes to do so).
Alice is working at 7 tomorrow morning, so didn't fancy the 'crash Inkerman road house' party, so I was hanging out with 5 Frenchies who were not bothering to talk English for an hour. Oshri, the Israeli who is the big boss of the rental business, came round and was extremely bossy about how he wanted the house, including saying that the blinds in my room should be down. I apologised and said it was me because the light doesn't work, to which he replied that I could have them up, but if I wasn't there to make sure they were down as the neighbours would be nosy. It seems a bit weird for such a beautiful view, to never be able to see it.
Joe drove me to the party, but it wasn't very fun because I had wanted it to be a really fun send off to all being housemates together, but there weren't that many ex-Inkermanians, and it was more residents of the Elwood house (another house Oshri owns and manages) so I felt like a stranger in my own (old) house.