Where the grass is browner

So, I moved to Australia to teach.

For me, it was about my family. I met my Australian wife, Jo, in London and we had eight happy years together there. However, once we had children, it became obvious to us that Australia would be a great place to raise them. The one thing that Australia has in abundance, is space. As teachers working in London, the best that we could do was to buy a tiny terraced house in Watford and commute to our schools. In country Victoria, we are able to live in a large house with a spacious backyard for our girls to play in, all just a ten-minute drive from work.

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