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Will Harrab’s dream of moving to Berlin this year was put on ice, obviously.
But as the coronavirus outbreak in Melbourne gets worse and worse, the directionless 28-year-old has finally heard some good news.
The Berlin-obsessed former client manager at Dropbox turned semi-professional bartender is delighted today at news Victorian health authorities are considering putting walls up around corona hotspots to keep those sickly people in.
“It’s a positive,” he admits.
Will spoke to The Advocate today via telephone from the upper-east-side Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy, which is near Praharan Wet Markets and the airport.
“I’ve always loved Berlin but never really got around to moving there to hang out with other Australians like me other there,” he said.
“The history is what I am most interested in. Then the nightlife. Then the restaurants and bars. I’ve heard you can still smoke inside that place, like how you can still smoke inside the College Lawn Hotel in St Kilda if you know the owner, Brett,”
“Yeah, this’ll do for now. Wall those bastards in!”
More to come.