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ok its too late in here now 02:40 hours AEST.

Going to sleep.

Meet you all soon folks. Post comments in-case you liked the above narration

Is this flow OK? or any changes to the narrating style needed.

If you are already in Sydney and have not got my contact number, send me an PM.

Lets stay connected.
Excellent Write-up buddy. My Job Code is also 261313 and I will be landing in Sydney sometime during October-November. All these details will come in very useful that time

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Hi mathan,
Beautiful writing. It was as if I was invisibly present during your journey. I can literally see your face reaction when you forgot to take the jacket and your wife found out.
Keep writing. Waiting for the next installment.

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Awesome!
I can plan my trip accordingly now ss some basic insites you have given which are really helpful.
I would b moving to Sydney soon.
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Ok buddies. Here we go again........


Gave me nightmarish jitters. I suppose every if not most persons who had crossed this phase had or might have gone through these mixed emotions.

Life in India started looking really really great.
Absolutely. Ever since my visa grant arrived, life is India has started sounding fantabulous.

All those things that seemed quite nagging and frustrating here, have started to look 'manageable' and tolerable.

While some people may be dreaming of the day they land in Oz, I seem to be looking at the IED and hoping that it doesn't arrive too soon.

Is it just me, or it happens with others as well?
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Before I discuss further on my experience DownUnder.

Would like to state the kind of options which I had looked upon but was not particularly interested in pursing them.

Some reasons were thrown out by spouse and rest were deemed as not suitable by my buddies mentioned in the first part of this thread.

1) Use the holidays which I had accumulated over years of service, go DownUnder and hunt for job.
2) Take leave on lose of pay or sabbatical leave and go for job hunt.
3) This one is quite interesting folk :- Put down papers, during the last few weeks of notice period get a job offer in India tell the new company two months notice period. Pack off from the current company as you have already served the notice period. Go for job hunt. If successful, ignore the job offer, if not the job offer can be used as safety net. I felt its cheating the company who will be waiting for me to join them.
4) Take spouse with you. The probability of either one from the family getting a job offer is doubled. Also moral support will be there.
5) Go alone, face the music and dance to the tune. Either Bharatanatyam, hip hop, classical, jazz, salsa, or whatever....

After weighing the pros and cons of each of the options, I decided to go alone as most of immigrants usually do.

My parents did not meddle in my decisions, all they had to say was.

Son, you are a grown-up adult, a husband, and a father.
We hope whatever decision you make will be a wise step and we will support you if not for financial support, our blessings are always with you.

Trust me, if I were a superstitious person, I wouldn't have boarded the flight heading to Sydney. In the last two weeks, all sort unforeseen minor events and instances were happening repeatedly and regularly. Probably, I was stressing out and was seeing only those. You never know.

The eyes see what the mind wants them to see.

Missed our kid in a big crowded shopping mall during a weekend for close to 10mins (felt like ever those minutes) and our daughter came back to us after her own set of window shopping. Nightmare nightmare, I wish and hope none should experience such situations. Seriously, it makes you go crazy and feel helpless. Which makes you run like mad, crazy person, calling her out in the crowd. We became more vigilant and protective with our kid from then on.

Our baby sitter or in-house maid was kidnapped and returned back after few days. I will not explain this case further.

For example, went to one of my favorite temple in Thiruvathavur early in the morning (birth place of Manikkavasakar), I was the only person sitting infront of the main deity. After the early morning abhishagum and pooja, when the priest was about to light the aarthi to the lord, the alter went off. Is it a bad omen ? God only knows.

A simple straight forward bookmyforex transaction was becoming complicated, forgot to take the passport, there was no online copy of my passport, trust me I didnt have luckily my spouse didnt yell at me

Forgot my laptop in Kumar Mess restaurant after lunch and had to run back to it after half an hour to find the laptop in the same place where I left.

Went to get blessing from elders of the family, fell from the bike, missed by a whisker a massive head injure at my temple.

Bird droppings on head.

Slipper strip cutting off.

These are the stuffs which I remember from top of my head.

There were quite a many more, even my ever optimistic spouse also was little upset with these experiences.

Next is Sydney from a totally new person's view point. When you are new to a place you tend to notice even a minor thing which is different from usual routine or belief. They are coming next.

Hang in there buddies

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Before I discuss further on my experience DownUnder.

Would like to state the kind of options which I had looked upon but was not particularly interested in pursing them.

Some reasons were thrown out by spouse and rest were deemed as not suitable by my buddies mentioned in the first part of this thread.

1) Use the holidays which I had accumulated over years of service, go DownUnder and hunt for job.
2) Take leave on lose of pay or sabbatical leave and go for job hunt.
3) This one is quite interesting folk :- Put down papers, during the last few weeks of notice period get a job offer in India tell the new company two months notice period. Pack off from the current company as you have already served the notice period. Go for job hunt. If successful, ignore the job offer, if not the job offer can be used as safety net. I felt its cheating the company who will be waiting for me to join them.
4) Take spouse with you. The probability of either one from the family getting a job offer is doubled. Also moral support will be there.
5) Go alone, face the music and dance to the tune. Either Bharatanatyam, hip hop, classical, jazz, salsa, or whatever....

After weighing the pros and cons of each of the options, I decided to go alone as most of immigrants usually do.

My parents did not meddle in my decisions, all they had to say was.

Son, you are a grown-up adult, a husband, and a father.
We hope whatever decision you make will be a wise step and we will support you if not for financial support, our blessings are always with you.

Trust me, if I were a superstitious person, I wouldn't have boarded the flight heading to Sydney. In the last two weeks, all sort unforeseen minor events and instances were happening repeatedly and regularly. Probably, I was stressing out and was seeing only those. You never know.

The eyes see what the mind wants them to see.

Missed our kid in a big crowded shopping mall during a weekend for close to 10mins (felt like ever those minutes) and our daughter came back to us after her own set of window shopping. Nightmare nightmare, I wish and hope none should experience such situations. Seriously, it makes you go crazy and feel helpless. Which makes you run like mad, crazy person, calling her out in the crowd. We became more vigilant and protective with our kid from then on.

Our baby sitter or in-house maid was kidnapped and returned back after few days. I will not explain this case further.

For example, went to one of my favorite temple in Thiruvathavur early in the morning (birth place of Manikkavasakar), I was the only person sitting infront of the main deity. After the early morning abhishagum and pooja, when the priest was about to light the aarthi to the lord, the alter went off. Is it a bad omen ? God only knows.

A simple straight forward bookmyforex transaction was becoming complicated, forgot to take the passport, there was no online copy of my passport, trust me I didnt have luckily my spouse didnt yell at me

Forgot my laptop in Kumar Mess restaurant after lunch and had to run back to it after half an hour to find the laptop in the same place where I left.

Went to get blessing from elders of the family, fell from the bike, missed by a whisker a massive head injure at my temple.

Bird droppings on head.

Slipper strip cutting off.

These are the stuffs which I remember from top of my head.

There were quite a many more, even my ever optimistic spouse also was little upset with these experiences.

Next is Sydney from a totally new person's view point. When you are new to a place you tend to notice even a minor thing which is different from usual routine or belief. They are coming next.

Hang in there buddies
i dont know what to say.., may be mother India is angry that you are leaving her for Oz.., i am curious what happened to your maid, i wont dare to ask..

awesome write up, as usual.

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Before I discuss further on my experience DownUnder.

Would like to state the kind of options which I had looked upon but was not particularly interested in pursing them.

Some reasons were thrown out by spouse and rest were deemed as not suitable by my buddies mentioned in the first part of this thread.

1) Use the holidays which I had accumulated over years of service, go DownUnder and hunt for job.
2) Take leave on lose of pay or sabbatical leave and go for job hunt.
3) This one is quite interesting folk :- Put down papers, during the last few weeks of notice period get a job offer in India tell the new company two months notice period. Pack off from the current company as you have already served the notice period. Go for job hunt. If successful, ignore the job offer, if not the job offer can be used as safety net. I felt its cheating the company who will be waiting for me to join them.
4) Take spouse with you. The probability of either one from the family getting a job offer is doubled. Also moral support will be there.
5) Go alone, face the music and dance to the tune. Either Bharatanatyam, hip hop, classical, jazz, salsa, or whatever....

After weighing the pros and cons of each of the options, I decided to go alone as most of immigrants usually do.

My parents did not meddle in my decisions, all they had to say was.

Son, you are a grown-up adult, a husband, and a father.
We hope whatever decision you make will be a wise step and we will support you if not for financial support, our blessings are always with you.

Trust me, if I were a superstitious person, I wouldn't have boarded the flight heading to Sydney. In the last two weeks, all sort unforeseen minor events and instances were happening repeatedly and regularly. Probably, I was stressing out and was seeing only those. You never know.

The eyes see what the mind wants them to see.

Missed our kid in a big crowded shopping mall during a weekend for close to 10mins (felt like ever those minutes) and our daughter came back to us after her own set of window shopping. Nightmare nightmare, I wish and hope none should experience such situations. Seriously, it makes you go crazy and feel helpless. Which makes you run like mad, crazy person, calling her out in the crowd. We became more vigilant and protective with our kid from then on.

Our baby sitter or in-house maid was kidnapped and returned back after few days. I will not explain this case further.

For example, went to one of my favorite temple in Thiruvathavur early in the morning (birth place of Manikkavasakar), I was the only person sitting infront of the main deity. After the early morning abhishagum and pooja, when the priest was about to light the aarthi to the lord, the alter went off. Is it a bad omen ? God only knows.

A simple straight forward bookmyforex transaction was becoming complicated, forgot to take the passport, there was no online copy of my passport, trust me I didnt have luckily my spouse didnt yell at me

Forgot my laptop in Kumar Mess restaurant after lunch and had to run back to it after half an hour to find the laptop in the same place where I left.

Went to get blessing from elders of the family, fell from the bike, missed by a whisker a massive head injure at my temple.

Bird droppings on head.

Slipper strip cutting off.

These are the stuffs which I remember from top of my head.

There were quite a many more, even my ever optimistic spouse also was little upset with these experiences.

Next is Sydney from a totally new person's view point. When you are new to a place you tend to notice even a minor thing which is different from usual routine or belief. They are coming next.

Hang in there buddies
Sometimes its true. We don't know whether it is coincidence or some sort of sign. I too had a incident where I left my passport in the Xerox shop before going to meet my agent to make payment for the visa. I seriously considered it as a bad omen. But as my mom says God never does a harm to our life. Its our choices and decisions.
Waiting for the real fun to begin in Sydney. Keep posting
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Reached Sydney on 4th of August. Slept off the entire day.

As per earlier plan till the last day of my travel I was to wait at the airport for 5 hours and then go to house address, as all my roommates go for work during day.

Fortunate for me and unfortunate for one of my roommate, he had twisted his ankle and was working from home that day. Super, I narrowly avoided the prospect of sitting in airport for 5 more hours after the travel.

Felt it was little colder than the place where I lived for just over a decade in a city which had one of the best climate in India.

As a new comer to Sydney these are some of the stuffs which caught my eyes immediately.

1) There was this button at each traffic pole if pressed, will give a green signal for pedestrians to cross the road, based on the inbuilt algorithm.
2) People seem to have good road or traffic sense.
3) All most all the cars were automatic. I am still coming to terms on the number plates, in India it was usually like this KA for Karnataka; TN for Tamil Nadu, UK for Uttraakand, so on,I suppose the naming could be bought and you can right whatever you want within few guidelines and the plates have unique chip in them. Not very sure.
4) Variety of cars running on the roads and different ethnic groups had some pattern to their unique taste of cars I suppose.
5) Outside food are costly based on the menu. They are smelling really awesome, each time I cross the those plaza areas. Will try all or most of them once I have enough cash in my hand.
6) People usually greeted or smiled when you see them with a smiley face.
7) Even police personal smile at you and say how are you today, mate. Cops greeting a civilian.!!!
8) In one road crossing I was waiting for a car to pass-by as there was no traffic signal. The car stopped and driver waived his hand towards me to cross the
road, surprise. Back in my country none does that, I have not done it while driving in most occasions. Later came to know if the pedestrian sign (Radium board with legs pic on it) is there, the pedestrian has the right to walk and the vehicle had to stop.
9) How to handle round about, 1st exit 2nd exit 3rd exit 4th exit. Always leave way for the person in right hand side.
10) Not much honking by motorist. If the driver was unhappy with the way the other driver is driving, they usually flash the indicator or head lights thank honking.
11) Usage of Opal card. I suppose these type of technology has reached the metros in India, I didnt get much chances to use them regularly, so these were quite new for me. Swipe in and swipe out.
12) Recharging the Opal Card using the Kiosk
13) Lifts in train station, escalators with bigger inclinations than I had used earlier.
14) Buttons near seats, that red buttons in yellow rode, to press if you had to get down from bus at the next stops.
15) If the opal card had been used regularly for 4 days of the week and completed 8 trips, rest of the trips for that week is FREE. It includes buses, trains and ferries.
16) Train seats can be oriented towards the direction in which the train is traveling.
17) Maximizing the number of passengers by using double Deckers.
18) I usually pay and prepare coffee using the 7 Eleven coffee vending machine. Later came to know you can prepare the coffee and pay. Need to try that ice cream makers soon. Scared if I will get cold. $1 for a regular coffee, if prepared by a person the same size coffee would cost $3.5 roughly.
19) No separate seats for ladies. Reserved seats are only for aged people and alternatively abled people, Hurrah!! now no aunty will ask me to get up from my seat, saying in that threatening & commanding tone "ladies seat." Having said that got up from my seat for a kid, his father was quite happy by that gesture.
20) I reckon people saw me little weirdly when I wore hand glows during my evening walk. While some girls walked in their shorties. Also noted females had lot of different formal options.
21) Public display of affection was quite common and didnt find many hawk eyes people starring at them.
22) Bondi beech was clean but much smaller compared to Marina beach of Madras.
23) Couples were having fun, but they didnt use an umberla like in Madras to cover them-up.
24) Even at middle of the day, was able to see some people jogging.
25) Taxi drivers in most cases dont rob you by taking a longer route. But costly.
26) Free buses to temple on Thursdays in the place where I stay.
27) That natural feeling of affection when you see a south Indian person, they are present in quite some numbers. Few tend to look back, few look at the ground as if they have dropped some money and few just look straight into my eyes without smile, Indian Elders (Elderly parents) who are with their sons or daughters are the ones whom smile back regularly at you when you come across them.
28) Beauty shops are giving more emphasis to nails, eye lashes and hair. Back home, it is more of threading and facials. Ladies please note.
29) Less number of scanning and xerox shops.
30) Fuels needs to be self filled. There is line in super markets in which you can check out your shopping and pay the amount of yourself using card.
31) Shops closes by 5 to 6pm, that was a surprise. Imagine majority of shops in Spencer plaza or Mantri Square closing by 6 to 7pm? We would ask is there some riot or some politician has passed away?
32) Shop assistance, attend one customer at a time and put the next customer in waiting. FIFO concept. But the number customer they handle are minimal compared to their Indian counter parts. Same with my bank experience.
33) People naturally form queue while boarding the bus.
34) I was advised to avoid looking or smiling at a kid, like we mostly tend to do in my home country. That was weird.
35) Try to avoid holding hands with your male buddies in public. Last weekend went out for buying some meat product from Moree butcher shop. Me and my roommate were wearing red color tops and carrying one famous rights group's umberla. Noticed it only when we were returning from shopping. oopppss....
36) Buying cars seemed easy but Car maintenance is quite a hefty stuff business, insurance, rejo, fuel cost, traffic fines
37) In India it may be easier to get the license but very difficult to drive, however, here its difficult to get license and comparably easier to drive, I suppose, not very sure.
38) Chinese and Indian are very very similar in their social behavioral patterns.
39) Some people are willing to offer help, the other day I was asking for directions at a bus stop, a lady driving her car, stopped and assisted me. I am sure she is Italian based on her slang.
40) Public Libraries are really awesome folks. People use the garbage bins.
41) Most people dont spit in public corners, I suppose because here there are no pan shops. Have to wait and see once pan shops opens-up at ever other corner.
42) When you go for interview, the receptionist is the first person to wish you best of luck to succeed in the interview.
43) Lot of options to try various different & unique cuisines
44) Not many TV channel options.
45) Gambling and betting are legal
46) News channels and print media are like seniors of Arnab Goatsami, based on feedback from people who have spent close to a decade here.
47) We can visit Parliament and checkout the house proceedings which is totally not possible in my home country unless I know someone at a highest possible level.
48) Heard mugging do occur if you are in wrong place at a wrong time.
49) Most of the time during public transport travel, people are hooked up with their electronic gadgets, not much chit chats to over hear. Frequency of trains are quite good.
50) People do beg here, I gave a $2 to an old lady when she came-up to me and asked if I can give her $2.

Started collecting coins, this time it is $1 coins with different obverse and reverse from various years. My better half specifically told, dont start your coin collecting hobby there also Sorry darling I have already started

Will post more in the coming few days.

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Hello Mr.NiceMathan, cut all these stuffs . Give us some insights on the job market.

I am into XYZ domain with ABC years of total experience, when will I get the job, how many months does it take on an average to get the first break.

Is LinkedIn profile, covering letter, calling HR consultants, applying in seek or anyother sites; will help.

Is Java; VB.net; Data Analytics; MSBI; IOS programming; Citrix / AS400; Mainframe; SAP; Service Now; VMware; Oracle DB; Ruby; Angular; Perl; Python; Shell programming; scripting; BA skills; Management experience are deemed as hot. Are they in demand, how is the requirement there.

What are the best months to land. How to hunt for job.

Do we need to convert resumes to Australian format.

What kind of questions or how many rounds of interview do these companies conduct.

Dont they conduct walk-ins? Or can we walkin to consultants or company and drop our CVs.

What is the usual pay scales.

How can I find causal work, will they help me in saving money and time for survival and job hunt in my main domain?


Yes, buddies I can hear you saying it, in your mind

And now laughing after reading my comments above lines. correct right, if not please atleast give a small smile buddies, laughing and smiling does helps in attaining good health

Hold your horses buddies, for some more time, please.

Child birth will not happen in TWO months, the project of child birth cannot be fast-tracked even if five ladies are assigned.

Wait buddies, I will come to those. Give me some time.

Ok another day where I am going to sleep close to 0330 hours AEST.

Hang in there.... will be back very soon!!!

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