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timmy

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Yeah I suppose when you live there, its a bit different... The only times I ever go to bars is if I go to Thailand or Cambodia..

House sounds great... Nothing better than having a yard, I enjoy sitting outside at least once per day, having a cup of tea and watching whatever ... & a house has walls that are not shared by people 30cm from you :biggrin:
Yeah I decided I wanted to move. When I moved from PP to SR I was in two minds about a house or an apartment. The latter comes with a pool, but I've been using it less and less (well, it's the rainy season). But also I have a horrible neighbour who verbally abuses his wife. I've said in the past that working for my previous boss when I left Sydney was like being in an abusive relationship (he was a toxic narcissistic sociopath). And now, when I hear my neighbour shouting at his wife, I get a visceral stress response, it really triggers me. I honestly can't be around that.

Anyway I can get a small above-ground pool in time for next summer. And I'm considering adopting one of the dogs from the pagoda in PP and bringing her up to keep me company.
 

Thing

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Yeah I decided I wanted to move. When I moved from PP to SR I was in two minds about a house or an apartment. The latter comes with a pool, but I've been using it less and less (well, it's the rainy season). But also I have a horrible neighbour who verbally abuses his wife. I've said in the past that working for my previous boss when I left Sydney was like being in an abusive relationship (he was a toxic narcissistic sociopath). And now, when I hear my neighbour shouting at his wife, I get a visceral stress response, it really triggers me. I honestly can't be around that.

Anyway I can get a small above-ground pool in time for next summer. And I'm considering adopting one of the dogs from the pagoda in PP and bringing her up to keep me company.
Yes you want to move away from things that cause triggers & annoyances. I ended up moving into the country on a farm because I can't stand noisy neighbours. The last place I had one neighbour who decided to virtually rebuild his entire house .. and for 2 years he was banging, sawing & electrical tools from 8am till 8pm.. Finally I got sick of it and looked up the council application to see when his 'renovations' were going to be completed and ALAS he didn't submit a building approval. So I used council to stop him working all together :biggrin: which stopped the noise.. But then he & his wife became angry neighbours ... Another 2 years later I sold & moved to a quieter spot :cool:


A doggy sounds good, I want to get a kitty in a year or 2, but I want to do some more traveling first...
 

timmy

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So I used council to stop him working all together :biggrin: which stopped the noise.. But then he & his wife became angry neighbours ... Another 2 years later I sold & moved to a quieter spot :cool:
Haha good for you.

When I moved up I only took a one month lease because I wasn't sure if I'd want to stay in this block or not. Always hard to tell when you move to a new city. So I'll have been here for just on seven months. The only neighbour I got to know properly/socially moved back to Aust, so that was a bit annoying. I worry a bit about living in a house by myself. At least in an apartment there is the possibility to meet people. The dog will probably help. She has three legs so there's a talking point right away, when I take her out.
 
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