(Original post by Kittaaaaay)
Nah, the buildings here look heaps cooler ;D
We don't have a pool though, we use the one at the golf course that we're in haha.
Oh god, one thing I hate about here though, there are so many lizards and snakes! I swear like the first week I started here I saw a snake .. And then we had a fire drill in term two and when I was lining up one of the teachers nudged me and pointed out the snake slithering up the tree next to me. I almost freaking died. Doesn't help that whenever a science teacher finds a snake they put it in a tank at the entrance of the science block for a week so students can study it .. I always have to shut my eyes and hope I don't bang into anything haha.
(Original post by Dalek1099)
I couldn't live in Australia because it has so many wild animals,never mind snakes what about crocodiles?-is it safe to go near water?At least it would be nice and peaceful in Australia though because there wouldn't be many people because it has such a low population density,compared to the UK.
Safe to go near water...
There aren't crocodiles in urban water systems. NO ONE lives in rural areas there. Not to say that one doesn't swim down the river every now and again
but if you're stupid enough to go near it then no, you shouldn't live in Australia. Crocodiles are old news. What you need look out for is the ****ing fish. Those *******s will kill you. My friend's sister once needed to be taken away by ambulance after stepping on a rockfish (very poisonous spines). You can't swim in the ocean in many places because of the deadly jellyfish, either
I lived in a place where it wasn't a problem, so go me
Population density is really more or less the same as in England. There's such a large area of uninhabitable land that is still counted in statistics, but everyone lives in towns or cities. It would be ridiculous to not.
We had a green snake living in our primary school for a few months. I always tried to see it
Eventually they removed it though