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Questions about Sydney, Australia

Posted: June 8th, 2013, 5:24 am
by Cornfed
It looks like I may be spending some time in Sydney. It would be helpful to be able to earn some money while I'm there. Does anyone know of the best way to do this? Are casual work agencies still the way to go, or have they largely been replaced by sites like gumtree? Also, is there a standard way of meeting/dating immigrant females who aren't f***ed in the head yet?

Re: Questions about Sydney, Australia

Posted: July 29th, 2013, 5:36 pm
by Voice of Reason
Cornfed wrote:It looks like I may be spending some time in Sydney. It would be helpful to be able to earn some money while I'm there. Does anyone know of the best way to do this? Are casual work agencies still the way to go, or have they largely been replaced by sites like gumtree?
It has been over ten years since I last searched for work in Australia, so I can't help you sorry. What type of work do you do? You can do pretty much any job in Australia and still make decent money to save if you are frugal.
Cornfed wrote:Also, is there a standard way of meeting/dating immigrant females who aren't f***ed in the head yet?
Yes, I used to know of a few. But they change very fast.

Posted: July 29th, 2013, 11:21 pm
by E Irizarry R&B Singer
@Cornfed,

With your bigoted ways (even though you have suppressed them as of late), you might do well with some of the bogans there whom are tired of Black American men snatching up their women.

Don't go to Kings Cross section of Sydney. Those dirty hookers there make meth-AIDS-carrying White Arizonian women look like White women from America's Next Top Model.

Posted: July 31st, 2013, 1:04 am
by aozora13
E, I am glad I did not get with any while I was there. I actually was alone from this girl I tried to sleep with (mistake; she was crazy but that is another story). King's Cross is nice during the day but I have not been during the night. Wow, that is crazy how they are high on drugs. I guess it has that reputation in Sydney. Still a nice city to visit though most guys would be aghast over the cost of the flight there.

Posted: July 31st, 2013, 8:13 am
by E Irizarry R&B Singer
aozora13 wrote:E, I am glad I did not get with any while I was there. I actually was alone from this girl I tried to sleep with (mistake; she was crazy but that is another story). King's Cross is nice during the day but I have not been during the night. Wow, that is crazy how they are high on drugs. I guess it has that reputation in Sydney. Still a nice city to visit though most guys would be aghast over the cost of the flight there.
Take your money and your dick elsewhere, e.g. like Thailand or Indonesia. I used to be scared of non-English-speaking countries until I had gone to Thailand and it was game over from there! Leave the Anglosphere alone, including SG (Singapore), which is innately a part of it.

Posted: July 31st, 2013, 11:53 pm
by aozora13
I am currerntly trying in Mexico and possibly a few Spanish speaking countries once my Spanish is better. I can speak German but it is hard to explain to German girls about somethings and most want you in Germany (another story).

Posted: August 14th, 2013, 8:11 am
by FinnMonash
I like BoardRoomEscorts that is in Sydney because we get very good zero figure girls for dating and also we can go for a massage from sexy ladies present there and all facilities that we want.

Posted: August 29th, 2013, 10:28 am
by Cornfed
Some observations about Sydney:

Driving in Sydney sucks - narrow streets, asshole drivers, roundabouts everywhere, confusing street layout, often gridlocked, toll roads etc. The train system is OK provided where you are going is close to the station. The city is very spread out.

The prices of a lot of things seem to have come down, presumably due to all the ethnics. For example, you can get a good haircut for $10-15. The fly in the ointment is rent, which is horrendously expensive. If you could find a way to live rent free it would be good.

Crime seems lower than it was. It feels fairly safe.

The situation with being able to earn money with causal work is presumably pretty grim. When arranging furniture moving for a relative, it was apparent that pretty much all of the furniture movers were Asian immigrants working, presumably illegally, for less than minimum wage. Good cheap service, but being Asians they are low on muscle power. On the other hand, high end furniture movers, such as the guys that deliver appliances shipped from the factory, tend to be white Aussie or Polynesian behemoths. If you are not an Asian wetback and weigh less than 300lb then you are probably SOL regarding finding work in that industry, and presumably most others.

Although some government services such as police are still provided by white Aussies in the main, there are some areas where the last thing you would expect to see is a white person. Once when I was wandering around Lakemba looking for a particular store I bumped into an Arab kid. He said "Oh, sorry officer", presumably thinking that a guy who looked like me walking around inquisitively must be a cop.

Re: Questions about Sydney, Australia

Posted: October 20th, 2014, 7:26 pm
by masterchat
Sydney is a densely populated city of Australia. It is also known as the world’s largest harbor and famous for its attractive sites. There are a wide variety of things to do and see. There is a diverse kind of attractive spots like beautiful luminous beaches. According to my opinion Sydney is a perfect place to enjoy vacations with friends and family.If you want to know about this beautiful city visit this page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sydney. I hope it will work.

Re: Questions about Sydney, Australia

Posted: November 10th, 2014, 7:21 am
by Rumaaa
Sydney is popular and most visited Australian’s city. I have visited it before my west coast vacations . Sydney Harbor Bridge is one of my most favourite destinations in the world. It is an arch bridge across Sydney harbor. It is used as rail, vehicles, bicycle and the pedestrian traffic. Climbing and Pedestrian walkway presents an unforgettable view to the visitors. Climbing is the most favourite activity among the visitors. The visitors visit there to enjoy just the breathtaking climbing activity.

Re: Questions about Sydney, Australia

Posted: November 24th, 2014, 6:57 pm
by masterchat
You are absolutely right that The Sydney Harbor Bridge is really nice and one of the most popular attractions of the Sydney as well as the Australia. It is the tallest steel arch bridge of the world. To view the sunset and sunrise from the bridge is awesome and the sights force everyone to capture them in the camera.

Re: Questions about Sydney, Australia

Posted: November 25th, 2014, 6:53 am
by Rumaaa
masterchat! You also have a great interests in travelling I curious to know about your next travelling plans. In the upcoming vacation where do you visit to spend your next vacations. I am planning to spend my New year celebration at the USA New York. I wanted to know about your future plans? May our travelling plans are match and share some innovative ideas here.

Re: Questions about Sydney, Australia

Posted: November 25th, 2014, 7:32 am
by Cornfed
Alllright, are you people/person posting a prelude to spamming various tourist sites or are you establishing a posting record to enable troll attacks? Either way, you are being very obvious.