Public Transport

Public Transport

Welcome back to the blog guys it’s good to be back again myself. Today I am going to have a little bit of a rant about public transport in general. Back in the day when I could not afford a car or motorbike I would have to get on the public buses and trains to get to and from work. These where some of the worst experiences of my life, urine on the floors, drunk people being sick, hooded youths being loud on the back of the bus. The worst part is when the bus is empty a passenger gets on and just has to sit next to me? I mean there are about 22 other seats on the bus, why sit next to me? Then soon after the pointless uninteresting conversation comes along about the weather “Shoot me now”.

These days I am blessed I have got to the point in life where I can afford to buy a car and drive around of my own will and have none of the awful day to day disgustingness. Having your own car is like having your own home, you feel safe and comfortable. Public transport can be convenient due to the bus lanes which could possibly get you to work quicker than you might in a car, But hey, we can just use the bus lanes if we are quick about it ;). The police are not so fond of us using the bus lane so if you feel rebelish, be careful. Getting away from public transport literally is a great start to the day and is a very important part of the day to have a good start. You know the saying when you have a bad start to the day “t all goes down from here”.    

Public transport