Ghosts, storms and a birthday

Another week has passed and it’s once again Monday. Today I’ll do a four hour shift at Vinnies but before that, I’ll show you some pictures from last week! It all started in the creepy heritage-listed Boggo Road Gaol. My two friends and I did the guided ghost tour.

We went to the different parts of the prison and the only light provided was torches. The history of the prison was very interesting, and even though we didn’t encounter any ghosts (that we know about), it felt very scary listening to the stories about the prisoners and the everyday life in the Gobbo Road Gaol.  

We were allowed to enter the cells and walk around the different cellblocks. Apparently, many tourists see the ghost of one of the female prisoners in the big window. She was sentenced to death after murdering her husband. 

Every other day was spent in another prison (hehe). It’s been a normal work week at University of Queensland except that I had to survive without my UQ ID card since I lost it on my way to the Gobbo Road Gaol. Luckily, a very nice man found it and contacted me, so I managed to get my ID and bus card back! 

I have been posing with some of my new vintage bargains. A new post will pop up soon where I show you all my new stuff. 

The plan for the weekend was to go camping with Jarryd and two friends. It was my friend’s birthday last Sunday, and she was keen for a camping trip. However, the weather was not on our side and with storms coming up every day, this is as far we managed to go. A packed car and a lot of rain and thunder. But we still had a birthday to celebrate!

And we did really celebrate! From 12pm until late night. We had food and drinks at our place, and played music and drinking games. 

The Sunday was quite tough though. I managed to stumble across this fella and I wonder, are they supposed to look like that? That neck is crazy long. Anyway, it’s time to get ready for Vinnies and the world of vintage and second hand. A good way to start the week! 

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