You’ll notice the bugs first. Not just because Western Australia has a wider variety of crawlies than Victoria; but, because they swarm out here. You’ll notice the mullets second – for the same reason. Paraburdoo has a population of 2,000; 3 registered hair dressers; an extended family of beetles and stink bugs; and haircuts that belong in a biker gang of Billy Ray Cyruses. Para (as the locals call it) has one bar, and I worked at it. You can imagine how this fails to thrill like the 24-hour dance parties of St. Kilda. Unless you consider two pool tables and a 10:00pm close worth mentioning. Finally as we neared the end, this country was a thousand ways different than the big cities, which is why I’m ready to leave it behind for a final work stint on the East Coast.
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