Australian guys

  • Nayro

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    Nov 05, 2013 11:46 PM GMT
    Hi,

    I tried to post this under the travel section but didn't get many responses ;P I'll try it through this way by making it a bit more of a gay question so it fits under 'all things gay' section!

    So I'm going to move to Sydney next week.. Im quite excited about it, also very nervous. Even though I am getting a lot of help already I think one can always gather more information!

    So my main problem at the moment is that all hostels are allready booked for new years eve in Sydney.. And I need a job, though I heard getting a job is not very hard in Sydney at the moment.

    Also I really like Australian guys, I find most of them very attractive! Where is a good place to meet normal, friendly, handsome guys in Sydney. Tell me about your experience with Australians, maybe I can learn from them icon_smile.gif

    Thanks!
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    Nov 05, 2013 11:52 PM GMT
    Daelin saidHi,

    I tried to post this under the travel section but didn't get many responses ;P I'll try it through this way by making it a bit more of a gay question so it fits under 'all things gay' section!

    So I'm going to move to Sydney next week.. Im quite excited about it, also very nervous. Even though I am getting a lot of help already I think one can always gather more information!

    So my main problem at the moment is that all hostels are allready booked for new years eve in Sydney.. And I need a job, though I heard getting a job is not very hard in Sydney at the moment.

    Also I really like Australian guys, I find most of them very attractive! Where is a good place to meet normal, friendly, handsome guys in Sydney. Tell me about your experience with Australians, maybe I can learn from them icon_smile.gif

    Thanks!


    You may find it difficult as the silly season commenced yesterday with the Melbourne cup. From now until Australia Day ( Jan 26th) we are as a Nation on a go slow, holiday mode.
    Try looking for hostels in Coogee and Manly. Not exactly the centre of town but easy enough to get to and mix with other backpackers. As for work look for christmas casual work. Really no one is hiring until the end of summer. Guys (gay) in Sydney are everywhere you won't need to go looking. What kind of work are you looking for?
  • Nayro

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    Nov 06, 2013 12:02 AM GMT
    Well since I graduated for my masters degree in clinical psychology I tried looking up this home for elderly demented people who migrated to Australia after ww2. I figured they may need someone with a background in psychology and who also speaks Dutch and Frisian as native languages. I think the name of the home was Juliana village so I sent them an email asking if they had any job openings. Have you heard about it before? If that doesnt turn out I can always work in a restaurant or something icon_smile.gif
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    Nov 06, 2013 12:06 AM GMT
    Daelin saidWell since I graduated for my masters degree in clinical psychology I tried looking up this home for elderly demented people who migrated to Australia after ww2. I figured they may need someone with a background in psychology and who also speaks Dutch and Frisian as native languages. I think the name of the home was Juliana village so I sent them an email asking if they had any job openings. Have you heard about it before? If that doesnt turn out I can always work in a restaurant or something icon_smile.gif


    Like I said professional positions are slowing down at the moment. Have you tried Seek.com.au? that is the largest jobs board.

    There are heaps of positions psychology I think its even on the 457 visa list. I have friends in the social services industry. If you want message me and i'll have a chat with them.
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    Nov 06, 2013 5:23 AM GMT
    G'day,

    I hope you find your stay will be satisfy you in Sydney. icon_smile.gif

    I am not sure about your social lifestyle, what you want to go out for? If you are into it, then not only it has everything on Oxford St and it has some spots in outside of CBD - I think you need a bit more researching where you want to go out.

    Best of all, enjoy! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Nov 06, 2013 6:03 PM GMT
    G'day mate ,
    First of all , secure a working visa before living the Netherlands ...
    Follow Booroz suggestions , he is a very wise bloke .
    Best of luck , and enjoy our beautiful and always welcoming country .
  • Nayro

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    Nov 06, 2013 10:44 PM GMT
    Hey ,thanks. Yeah I will send him a message! I have a working/holiday visa. That's good enough for now icon_smile.gif
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    Nov 07, 2013 12:52 AM GMT
    Just like in the US or wherever, it is somewhat difficult to meet guys period. You just have to get lucky and meet some nice friendly Aussies. I had the best time and met great guys in the sex clubs in Sydney and Cairns. But not for everyone. Usually you can find guys like-minded in activities or sports there. I went down to the beach, played volleyball, and met some people that way. Also went to an art exhibition an acquaintance told me about. Free drinks and snacks.