11 Jun 2012

One way ticket

4 Comments Move to Australia

It’s a weird feeling booking a one way ticket. Especially to Australia on the other side of the world, at least when you’re Swedish. We did just that the other day, just after I received information that my visa was granted. We’ll¬† be leaving on different days, Simon will go first and try to sort out stuff like where to live and try to get us a car. I mean he’ll have a week so that shouldn’t be a problem, right? ūüėČ

I’ll spend as much time with friends and family as I possibly can and will fly out a week later. We’ll both be flying with Qatar and the ticket price was about the same, around 7000 SEK each, except I had a voucher with Mytravel that I won in a Facebook competition and got a 5000 SEK discount on mine. Lucky me!

Simon will fly out on July 18th and I on July 25th, not long to go now!

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4 Responses to “One way ticket”

  1. Reply Emmy says:

    Understand it’s strange to get a one way ticket to leave. But I personally love that tickling feeling of not knowing what’s to come. And at least you have each other! =)

    • Reply simon & anna says:

      Yes, I also love the feeling of jumping into the unknown. It’s just two different sides to the situation. And yes I’m glad we have each other. I rather be in Australia with Simon than in Sweden without him. :)

  2. Reply Tess says:

    Just 7000 kr with taxes to Melbourne? Wow! That sounds very cheap! :-) Usually a one-way ticket can be almost more expensive than a return ticket… strangely enough.

    I can understand it must be strange to buy a one-way ticket.. I still haven’t done that.. maybe one day.. :-)

    • Reply simon & anna says:

      I know we thought it was pretty cheap. I was told that one way tickets usually are about 75% of the price for a return ticket.

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