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Nothing Nutty About It

So I could say I am a little busy, in the same way that Shinjuku Station is a little crowded or that this horse is only a little bigger than average. 500 more words


History and Me

Armenians being Marched by Turkish soldiers near Van 1915

Postcard from Yerevan

I stumbled on the rocky ground but managed to grab hold of the piping rail and pull myself up the grid iron steps to the rear landing of the carriage, just as the train picked up speed.   1,645 more words


All That I Hold Dear

Postcard from St.Kilda

I am going to Armenia. Say goodbye to the dundun ding ding of the Carlisle St trams and their electric hum and steel track and grit as they rattle down to Luna Park. 973 more words


September is for Sports Day

Things have started to pick up around here in the past few weeks. I’ve officially made it through my first month as an ALT! But before I actually started teaching classes, I watched my kindergarten, elementary, and junior high school students train for Sports Day. 475 more words


How to tend bar in a country where you don't speak the language - Part 2

Words by Fraser Campbell. 

Monday October 6th, 2014. 

During my initial tenure at Betty Ford’s, I endeavored to memorise and practice several key bar related phrases to break myself into Spanish.   1,557 more words

The Global Bartender Exchange Begins...

My Most Popular Article

Of the over forty articles that I have written, not counting blog posts, one article has gotten more responses than all of the rest combined. The strange thing is that this article was never printed. 437 more words


I got myself a Guinness World Record title!

“Let me entertain you!” Or should that be “Let Josh entertain you!”

We grabbed 5 minutes with Josh to find out more about working overseas as an Entertainer :)  680 more words

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