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Australian Dream: Every time my friends ask me how I got to Australia, I always jokingly reply, “nag-eroplano!” (I took an airplane). Well, it’s true, but it wasn’t that easy. I was 26 then, broke, and jobless. Worse, I had broken up with an ex, and was living at my parents' house again. I was asking 50Php everyday for my mobile credit and to chip in to drink a local gin. I was babysitting my newborn nephew then during the day and getting wasted at night. My siblings fed me every time I visited their homes without asking anything in return. I was a mess — with my unkempt hair and alcohol breath, you’d know I was having a hard time. It felt like I was having a quarter-life crisis. Then I realised, perhaps karma hit me, and quite strongly, to be honest. I was too proud when I was at the peak of my young and blooming career. I was quite showy and braggy then, and the worst part was, I didn’t share much my blessings with my family. So, after learning those life lessons, I started to recollect myself. I presented a concrete plan to my parents so they would entrust their retirement fund for my Australian dream. When we raised enough fund from pooling all our family’s resources and borrowing some money from our relatives, I pursued my plan of moving to Sydney. While I was processing my visa application and waiting for its approval, three bad omens happened to me: I was hospitalised due to dengue fever (Mama paid for it), had a motorbike accident (self-treated my big blister on my left lower leg), and I got punched on the face by some random guy in the middle of the night, which left a black eye and numbness on my right face and upper lip then (I didn’t go to the doctor even though a big haematoma came out from my nose). We have a superstitious belief that if a major life event is about to happen, bad omens also happen. And those, I think, were mine. After all those pre-departure shenanigans, I finally received my student visa and booked a one-way ticket to Sydney. With 170AUD in my pocket that my Papa emotionally gave me, I flew to Sydney. It was around 10PM on the 6th of November, 2011 when I first set foot on The Land Down Under. I was full of hopes, motivations, worries and excitement. I lived with my cousins for free and started looking for a job. It was really difficult, but somehow, my experience living in Egypt helped me adapt faster in my new environment. Also, I knew that if ever I would go short in my finances, or I’d be needing anything, my cousins would help me. Eventually, I needed to move out from my cousins' house and to manage my life by myself. My budget got even tighter so I had to juggle two to three jobs to save up for my tuition and daily expenses. I worked as a kitchen helper in a seafood restaurant and an all-rounder boy of my manager. I also worked in an engineering factory operating machines and doing some greasy jobs. Apart from that, I began working as a carer in a nursing home, and did a sideline of injecting glutathione for a friend in exchange for some cash. I also helped in the bakery that my former flatmate owned to get a cheaper rent. Really, I’d do almost anything back then for money. In fact, I worked on my birthday, Christmas, New Year, and all other holidays. To even save more, I cut my meal allowance down to nearly zero. Most of my expenses, like rent and transportation, were fixed so only my budget for food could be altered. I remember having a 90-cent canned tuna and rice as my main meal. I also ate for free in the seafood restaurant whenever I was working. I even befriended the kitchen staff in the nursing home to have some spare meal. And whenever I visited my cousins and friends here, they always packed some dishes for me to take home. I also remember how my UniFriends and I used to share our lunches and chipped-in for cheaper Tuesday meal deals. And every time I would go out for drinks with my friends, I was a freeloader. I will also not forget the first time I burst into tears when I moved here. I was on break in my kitchen hand job when I rang my family back home. I w
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Headline: Australian Dream: Every time my friends ask me how I got to Australia, I always jokingly reply, “nag-eroplano!” (I took an airplane). Well, it’s true, but it wasn’t that easy. I was 26 then, broke, and jobless. Worse, I had broken up with an ex, and was living at my parents' house again. I was asking 50Php everyday for my mobile credit and to chip in to drink a local gin. I was babysitting my newborn nephew then during the day and getting wasted at night. My siblings fed me every time I visited their homes without asking anything in return. I was a mess — with my unkempt hair and alcohol breath, you’d know I was having a hard time. It felt like I was having a quarter-life crisis. Then I realised, perhaps karma hit me, and quite strongly, to be honest. I was too proud when I was at the peak of my young and blooming career. I was quite showy and braggy then, and the worst part was, I didn’t share much my blessings with my family. So, after learning those life lessons, I started to recollect myself. I presented a concrete plan to my parents so they would entrust their retirement fund for my Australian dream. When we raised enough fund from pooling all our family’s resources and borrowing some money from our relatives, I pursued my plan of moving to Sydney. While I was processing my visa application and waiting for its approval, three bad omens happened to me: I was hospitalised due to dengue fever (Mama paid for it), had a motorbike accident (self-treated my big blister on my left lower leg), and I got punched on the face by some random guy in the middle of the night, which left a black eye and numbness on my right face and upper lip then (I didn’t go to the doctor even though a big haematoma came out from my nose). We have a superstitious belief that if a major life event is about to happen, bad omens also happen. And those, I think, were mine. After all those pre-departure shenanigans, I finally received my student visa and booked a one-way ticket to Sydney. With 170AUD in my pocket that my Papa emotional
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