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Actual European Discoveries

Americans have mostly come around to accept that, despite what our grade school teachers may have told us, Europeans did not “discover” America; the original arrivals had done that 15,000 years earlier. 95 more words

Travel & Living

Balay Bato (Stone House)

My friend, Chinie, once took me to this unique house known as Balay Bato in Marapara Subdivision in Brgy. Bata, Bacolod City. The house is the actual residence of an environmentalist and the founder of Green Alert, a non-government organization which aims to protect the environment. 260 more words

Iavember

Blogging South America: Literal and Figurative Movies

Me again.

I think my iPad clock is inaccurate. But that’s unlikely because it’s higher grade technology so it’s probably me who has pressed something wrong. 669 more words

Life In General

The Brent Knoll Crosses

Brent Knoll like Burrow Mump and Glastonbury Tor is a landmark rising out of the Somerset Levels. Beyond it to the west lies the flat land towards Brean Down and the sea. 513 more words

Archaeology

Every day better yourself

It can be hard waking up and wanting to just roll over and nod off back to sleep, to a dream where life was angelic and perfect and you dwell on the days comings. 383 more words

Journalism

3rd Friday of April (2014): Still a Humongous Pile of Stuff (Sigh)

And here we are, another week gone, and yet another issue of The New Yorker pulled from the humongous Pile of Stuff, but this one’s from… 502 more words

Recommended

Writing Tip: The Beauty of Journalling

I don’t know if there is any more important tip I can offer than this. It has been nothing short of pivotal in my evolution as a writer. 1,442 more words

Writing