Loved your profile:) I would like to offer you
an allowance of 4000 per month. We would meet for a few hours each
time, have some nice cocktails, food, travel and hang out at a
private place How many times a week would you be able to catch up
Travelling is a fucking expensive hobby. Now, before
you light your torches and grab your pitchforks, I know
you can do it on the cheap. Ive read Europe on a
Shoestring. Ive hitchhiked from one sketchy town to another.
Ive dodged train fares and trains by walking along the tracks. But,
even the tightest of tight-asses has to spend some dollars
sometimes. Getting off this island continent typically means
getting on a plane, and that doesnt come cheap. Return
international flights departing Sydney start from $200AUD, and are
mostly to our sheep-shagging mates in New Zealand, or a stop-over
city in South-East Asia. The bottom line is: to travel, you need
At a very young age, the old chestnut that money
doesnt grow on trees was embedded into my psyche. So, I became
a slick entrepreneur at five years old. To swindle my family, Id
clean cars, walk dogs, and once I even prematurely pulled out a
tooth, just so the Tooth Fairy would make it rain under my pillow
that night. I burst onto the employment scene as soon as legally
possible, and promptly stashed the cash I made. I then dropped said
cash on my first big overseas jaunt an exchange semester at 16.
Since then, Ive worked an eclectic range of jobs to fund my travel:
selling books at the height of the Kindle craze, delivering
pamphlets on a paper route, and taking advantage of free food and
WiFi while babysitting.
Work. Travel. Work. Travel. Thats been my shtick,
and Im shticking to it. But, what happens when the travel beast
growls with hunger, and your bank account cant satiate? Rationality
says, Dont travel. Common sense would suggest you make an Excel
spreadsheet, budget the next few months, see how your savings are
going, and then, based on those trends and projections for the next
financial year, plan a trip within your means. But I want to travel
What I really need is a Sugar Daddy.
Enter, AJ*. His message, offering me $4,000AUD per
month, for nice cocktails at a private place sent me reeling. I had
signed up for a Sugar Daddy dating service, but I wasnt actually
prepared to be contacted, let alone offered money. In the 48 hours
since joining the site, Ive had multiple messages, been favourited
by potential Daddies (try not to vomit at...