I’ve recently realised that Barcamp is on the same day as Mardigras, which means that Taxis in the city will be non existent. That means that I will have to drive, and thefore not be able to drink… bummer… another night of having to be sober whilst all around are getting nicely merry. So that brings me to Sydney traffic. It seems like every time there is an event in Sydney, traffic is just ground to a halt. Last week, with the Ships and Dick Cheney I had 2 1hr 15min journeys home where usually it takes around 35 mins and only 20 or so minutes during school holidays. And later in the year they are even giving us a public holiday because George W is in town… (and it’s not because we want to go out to see George W, they want us out of the city, so Georgey boy can get around in the city). Sydney traffic copes really well in school holidays (that’s a whole other topic but, who are these people who don’t go to work during school holidays and what sort of job do they have that allows this!!!!), but it is general chaos most other days and when any event is on it just becomes extreme chaos. Sometimes I love living in Sydney, but sometimes I just hate it, and going out this weekend is going to be one of those times when everything I hate about Sydney is accentuated.
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