We love our home! It's important to both of us to have a space where we can relax, breathe easy and recharge so we've made a special effort with our place for it to be just that. The apartment is spacious, has big windows and lots of light but is still private as it is above street level.
Basic house rules really - just leave the place like you found it and be respectful of neighbours. It's a small block and we all know each other so like to look after each other.
- Towels & Linen: Strip beds and leave sheets/towels on the kitchen table.
- Kitchen: Leave as you found it. All cleaning equipment is either under kitchen sink or in laundry. Any dirty dishes just put in the dishwasher and put it on before you leave.
- BBQ: After using just scrape excess food into the grease trap. Check the grease trap doesn't get too full - if it is just empty the tray into the bin (but keep the tray!)
- Rubbish: Spare plastic bags are under the kitchen sink. When full, take the rubbish (everyday rubbish, bottles and paper) down to the apartment's big bins and put in appropriate bins. Bin area is accessed from Parkview Road - it's a grey door with a black iron just to the right of the block.
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We are Sydney-siders, love hanging out at our local cafe and making the most of the stunning coast we live on. Both into travel and swapping travel stories, swimming, hiking and any other adventure-related activities. Also pretty adept at relaxing in front of a movie, the odd yoga class, and and long lunches with friends. Both psychologists - I (Karen) work in public health in an inner city hospital whereas Jay is running a tech start-up taking psychological tools into the corporate workplace.
We're busy but easy going, love meeting new people and learning new things. Guests are very welcome to join us for meals if our paths happen to cross but also happy for guests to do their own thing.
We're not really 'life motto' people, but we're big Mary Oliver fans. Reckon she captures it all pretty well with this question:
"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?"