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Lost at Sea by Bryan Lee O'Malley: a mini review

Summary: Raleigh doesn’t have a soul. A cat stole it – or at least that’s what she tells people – or at least that’s what she would tell people if she told people anything. 257 more words

Book Reviews

In Transit

So much has been going on in the past few days, I hardly know where to start! I absolutely love (almost) all my classes. Firstly, my Anthropology of Religion class is AMAZING. 1,058 more words

Lost At Sea

Found: Legos Lost at Sea

“Nearly two decades ago,” writes National Public Radio, “a massive wave struck the Tokio Express, a container ship that had nearly 5 million Legos onboard. The colorful toy building blocks poured into the ocean. 201 more words

Deep Breaths

Well, it’s about to begin!! I’m writing this at 3AM, and I have to be up at 7 to get ready and catch a bus to the ship. 382 more words

Lost At Sea

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John Cabot is celebrated in Bristol as a hero and an extraordinary adventurer. He was a Venetian merchant who crossed the Atlantic not long after Columbus’s voyage and probably made landfall on Cape Bonavista, Newfoundland, although it may have been Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Labrador, or Maine. 121 more words

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The Beginning

The ultimate disclaimer: I have never blogged before.

(Okay, except for this one time last fall semester for a class, but that time we had assigned topics and laid out structures and word requirements and the works, so it was a lot easier than this.) 294 more words

Lost At Sea

The Turquoise Coast of Turkey - Where everything seems to begin with a K

The Turquoise Coast of Turkey has much to offer, but we limited our explorations to only the places we could reach using the excellent dolmus minibus service from Patara. 2,151 more words

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