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02 June 2005 @ 09:38 am
eeek, I'm nervous!  
I think I am about to BOOK MY ONE-WAY TICKET TO THE UK and I am fucking scared to death.

And excited. I think I am more excited than scared. But booking makes it seem so definite.

I should stop thinking about it and just email the travel agent to confirm my booking. I keep hesitating though. Haha, chicken. But as if I'm going to change my mind anyway. I've been excited about this ever since I got back from the UK last time.

edit: I realised the thing I am most nervous about is the fact it is a ONE-WAY ticket. Even though I have been told I will have no problems getting in because I'll have a 2-year working visa (return tickets are only valid for 1 year), I'm still nervous about any problems. I like the idea of the one-way ticket because I could be gone for more than a year and it is less restricting to not have a time limit, but a return ticket = security. I always have a ticket to come home. But I want to go to the US on the way home after the UK, so I wouldn't even be leaving FROM the UK to get back to Australia. Argh, I just don't know whether I should get a return after all. I would definitely feel safer, but restricted. Eeep.

    scarlet's walkkisstheviolets on June 3rd, 2005 01:58 pm (UTC)
really? how awesome! if I am still there, we MUST meet up!!!
oh, kathleenstellate on June 3rd, 2005 02:00 pm (UTC)
every few years my department takes a trip to england to explore london's theatre district. i believe the trip is next year [it would have been this year, but one of the key profs was on sabbatical]. if i have the money, i will definetly be there in may.