Living inside a volcano is cool. Not literally, obviously. Literally it actually has a lot of hot bubbling mud spots and steams quite a bit.
It it also smells pretty interesting TBH 😉 (the Sulfur makes it smell like rotten eggs…YA)
Has a tonne of outdoor activities/AMAZING running routes
The subway here give me the most gherkins ever.. My favourite
I LOVE my job (I get to draw in the windows and use my awesome artistic skills for self-portraits like the (very accurate) one below)
and my co-therapist is sometimes a teddy bear
AND WE ARE MOVING OUT OF THE BACKPACKER HOSTEL.
If that isn’t life progress I don’t know what is.
Also I get to say goodbye to this situation because TBH it’s getting a little old 🙂
(I have a combination of Floordrobe and Walldrobe).
Volcano life is good.
Have you ever been anywhere with geothermal activity like Rotorua? Where?
Do you call them gherkins or pickles? – Curtis calls them pickles but I make him say gherkins because we are in NZ and that is what they are called here.
What change did you make in your life this week? -Moving into an actual house?!!