Well, I guess when u are abroad, u began to miss things. Late night supper, the ease of travelling, the people around you and of course, your family. Being in New Zealand is different from the times I had in Liverpool, At least there are some Singaporeans in Liverpool whom you can relate to, but sadly, over here, in the land of cows. I cant seem to find someone who I can talk freely.
Ground school is over, 2 more days before my final exams, and times are tough, you don't really know what you don't know, and you don't know if you are ready. passing grade is 75%, and subjects like Performance of Aeroplanes have 34 questions, which means each question wrong has a high weightage. and 7 papers, spread out in 3 days. hopefully everything goes well.
I spent over 3000NZdollars on travelling the next 2 weeks of breaks I have after ground phase. sadly, the land of cows is pretty expenseive to travel, esp when everything here requires a car and activities are at a price where you probably have to burn your pockets to afford them. have u ever seen a fat man eat rice with light sauce for 3 months? you will soon, beginning of August.
Well, the past few weeks I have been alil moody, Isabel and Marcus got together, and being the tight trio we used to be, I have already expected that, despite the fact that I helped Marcus with her, and also that I did not make any move whilst in Liverpool showed how much I did treasure this friendship. Bros over Hoes they say. but I was disappointed, not because they did not tell me about their relationship, but because they kept questioning who told me and how I found out. aren't we the tight 3 that stick together in tough times in Liverpool? During the AGM this year for Singsoc, I was disappointed that they didn't invite me to attend, even through Skype, or even write a piece of farewell, or help with the handover details of sponsors. the only person that asked, was Jhawn, who dropped our friendship months ago, I guess he knew how Marcus was like. I felt glad he did, and I managed to attend the meeting for 30mins, at 3am in the morning in NZ. I guess, distance changes people, and we have to accept the fact that, friends drift apart, and people change. like me, I changed quite a fair bit in my times in NZ. every step is a learning journey to me. and I honestly hope. this risk on being a pilot is worth it.