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? ;)

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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