Well where shall i start
Leaving friends and family in the UK was a difficult task, lots of tears but got there eventually.
After the long flight we were all shattered and found it difficult to adjust our sleeping patterns. So within the first couple of days we wondered what hell we had done, all crying
every two minutes and felt lonely and cut off from everyone we'd known for years.
within the first week we had registered with medicare, got our driving licences,got tax file numbers and sorted finances out in the bank. All jobs that don't take much doing really and simple enough to do.
the children started school on the second week and really love it. never known them to get up so early to want to go to school. Gordon found work the second week (there is plenty of it) and is settling slowly but surely (they are so laid back here, he is not used to that).
Aaron found it difficult to settle (16 yrs) but now since being here he has had driving lessons and passed his test last friday. He had lessons with Chris (pm me if you want his number).
After house hunting since being here we have had an offer accepted this weekend and fingers crossed move in mid october which is great. The final piece to the jigsaw puzzle.:D:D
Oh and remeber over here they are strict on speeding here Gordon may already have six points (speed camera) so watch out os have one of theseon your back!
Met some great friends since being here, just need the bbq to arrive in container so we can have a big get together and a few, no, plenty of beer !!!!
Dena, Gordon and crew.