Maybe I will become a pig slaughter

Today, I went to a pig abattoir. A remote place from Perth city. I had to take a train about 30 minutes, then take a bus about 30 minutes. Then guess what? I needed to call someone in the factory to pick me up. And from the bus terminal to the factory takes another 20 minutes. Faint.

The boss is pretty nice. Guided us(me and another lady) through many documents and forms needed to be filled, introduced us to walk through the line of pig abattoir. Mind you, pretty bloody! A guy told me there are more than two hundred workers. Wow, sounds big, isn't it? Then we went to a medical center to do medical test, wow again, pretty rigor and professional.

Tomorrow the abattoir and I will decide whether I can get this job or not. If all things would go well, I suppose that you ladies and gentlemen could not see any blogs from the date that I move to the sharehouse right near to the abattoir(maybe on Thursday).

(I'm just merely a pig slaughter.)
(PS, sorry, this joke can only be understood by Taiwanese or one ever watched the movie 凌凌漆大戰金鎗客 from HongKong.)

Need to save some money, huh.


I'm in Perth looking for a job

Hi, mates, I'm in Perth now. And trying to get a city job here. From Adelaide to Perth, thanks to Gavin and Philip gave me a lift. The petrol expense was more than I expected but still lower than airplane fare. This made me worrying about Herbie, Laura's van. Originally I thought traveling by a van is much cheaper, now I don't think so. Whatever, back to me, hope I can get a job soon.

My memory card reader is broken so you can't see my new photos. I will find some other way to show you.

In Tasi, I met Tsukasa. After Tasi, I met Shiori and Miho in a supermarket of Melbourne. In a YHA of Perth, I met Mai and Tomoyo near to the kitchen. And then I met Daisuke. Faint, what so many coincidences.

Every backpackers I met all said they like Melbourne, I don't know why. However, I met Apple and Kathryn again there. And made a new friend with Erica.

Apple on the left.


Currently, I'm in state library of Western Australia. That's right, state library again. I still more like the one in Melbourne, Victoria. But here, you know what, the free internet provided doesn't block out the bbs and email. That means, besides browsing(HTTP), I can login bbs(TELNET) and email(SMTP, POP3). Holy s**t.

However, I have to get a job sooner than running out of money. Go!Go!Go!

Maybe you already noticed there is not many about Adelaide. Well, just give you some photos.

Nina said Adelaide is boring, boring, and boring. I admit it now.