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As a matter of fact, I WILL come back to do The Ghan - same train but going from Adelaide to Darwin.Hopefully it's filled with as many odd characters as the Indian Pacific was.Also, the nephew is from another country and doesn’t have a driver’s license, which means I will have to drive him everywhere he wants to go.The company does pay for the house, so I see his side of the argument; however, the rental home was in lieu of a raise, and having a house guest for three months sounds stressful.That evening we stopped in Rawlinna for BBQ and some live music - in which I do have video but my singing along might take the pain off your walls so I will save you and not post it :)Days on the train went like this: breakfast, nap, lunch, happy hour, dinner, bed, repeat.
The second location is an extremely high cost of living area, while my original location is a low cost of living area. He does not like to give raises, so that was not an option.When I politely asked why the policy had changed, the owner told me that if I am not happy working here, then I should find a new job.A little bit of background: I didn’t sign a contract with the company at any time regarding the house, car, etc.If you thought the story was over, you would be wrong.
This week, the vacation policy was changed from three weeks of vacation to two weeks of vacation.The next day we travelled straight through the Nullabor - an area of flat, almost treeless nothingness. Mid-day we stopped in the small abandoned town of Cook, population 4 - all with the sole purpose of fueling the Indian Pacific. And a bit creepy, but we'd been on the train for 15 hours and it felt good to get off and walk around a bit.The town itself was effectively closed in 1997 when the railways were privatized and the new owners didn't need a support town there.This policy change only affects two of us (we’ve been here the longest), but we are more than a little upset.