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St Lucia

26 April, 2007 | Written by Patchay at 11:09 AM in ,

Greetings from where I'm dwelling everyday here in Australia...

Oh St Lucia

This nice little suburb 15 minutes outside of downtown Brisbane is called St Lucia. Students make up almost the entire population here.

Some of my university buildings can be seen inside the red box area.

Semi-tropical; and now is autumn

A mixture of ordinary brick and wooden houses can be seen everywhere. Delightful parklands and shady walkways are also aplenty. Little traffic, so no jams and therefore no stress.

Conclusion: This place is good for studying, good for affordable living, good for sleeping ...oh yeah good for breathing fresh air too (really fresh in the morning).

But life is SUPER BORING!

...haih my Aussie lifestyle in St Lucia sigh...

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  1. Anonymous on April 27, 2007 6:42 PM

    Wow ur uni environment is sooo nice!!! I would love to be there! Looks cozy and out of city life. I hate city life!

  2. Mischique on April 27, 2007 11:33 PM

    Hey Patchay...it looks like beautiful quaint old town to me. Please be thankful you're not stuck studying somewhere like Kedah. :)

  3. Patchay on April 29, 2007 8:00 PM

    Oh so many ppl telling me nice. Yeah no citylife here, and if want citylife just 15 minutes away haha. Here best of both worlds.

    Kedah? errmmm haha. AIMST?

  4. Anonymous on April 30, 2007 8:45 PM

    Happy Birthday to your blog. Your place is very serene. ^Cheers.

  5. Sue Lin on May 05, 2007 7:47 PM

    HAHAAH, why u haih so much? Its nice whattttt, and u really do get the best of both worlds, its takes me an hours train ride 2 get to the city

  6. Patchay on May 06, 2007 9:20 PM


    Thanks. Must visit me when you come over to Brizzy k.

    [sue lin]

    Yalah should be grateful hor... haha.

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