I wasted 1 month dicking around London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle before I settled into Birmingham.
Since June 2017, I have been lucky to call myself a London. Yes I am a Londoner who lives in Youth Hostels all over the city. I move location every 2 weeks but I still got my medication to keep me alive, G.P to check up on me and a job in this town.
I would not give up my life in London to live anywhere else in the UK. I have had no support from any relative in this country, I just can't see myself living in their town. I mean I do have a nice cousin in Cambridge, but if I moved to Cambridge, I just wouldn't get the same amount of work I get in London or the same wage.
I plan to live in London for a few more months. I don't get homesick about Australia. I'm not missing my Michael Wilton guitar pick thats in my bible. I will return to visit Australia sometime in 2018, but it will only be a short one. I would stay in Australia for a year to rebuilt up myself but I haven't worked in Sydney since April 2016 and my family are all in Richmond NSW. So I would have to spend a load of cash to get to work in the Hills District where I grew up+
I don't want to rent a room in London because that will fuck up my plans to go travelling every few months. I mean if I have stayed in London since June 2017, come June 2018 I will have probably lived in every hostel in London, plus that dreadful week in Golders Green.
if I stay in London, the world is my oyster and when I am ready I can go travel from Cairo to Cape Town or even emigrate to Sweden and spend time with my friend Elina. I want to become a SWEDE even if it going to take me 5 years. I'll always come back to OZ to buy 6 months supply of my medicines.
So i am pleased 2 have spent a whole year in the UK plus a week in Central Asia and a week in Georgia/Armenia. I'm going to visit every other nation in Europe sometime in 2018.