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How to Lose Your Mind in 10 Days

Leeds

Day 84: Thursday, July 7

At midday on Thursday, the three of us said our farewells to the stunning city of Edinburgh and hit the road in our little Skoda Fabia for six hours of merciless torture at the hands of Australia’s most geographically-deranged driver. 4,422 more words

Europe

Thought #7

Unfortunately an Australian icon Eagle Boys Pizza has recently gone into voluntry administration. Apparently it was due to the strong competition provided by local pizza outlets and Domino’s (not controlled by the American version). 76 more words

Thoughts

Friendship, Friendship, Such Perfect Friendships…

I’ve been thinking about friendships a lot lately.  Four times in my grown-up life, I have had to start all over.  That means starting by not knowing another soul of my peer group, and coming into groups of people who already had established relationships.  360 more words

Hi All!

Today I have a very different post to share then what I usually do. Today I am sharing one of my first ever youtube videos! 116 more words

Reviews

A Nice Day For a Panorama

Glasgow

Day 74: Monday, June 27

Like everyone knows, no Monday morning is complete without seventy minutes of senseless rape and pillaging, which is why Hollie started her day with the season finale of… 4,494 more words

Europe

Pools of Liver & Burning Ham

Birmingham

Day 68: Tuesday, June 21

A big shoutout to Bilal from Birmingham for making our trip to London on Tuesday morning more stressful than a trip to Coles on Easter Saturday. 2,601 more words

Europe

Asian candidates few and far between in upcoming Australian elections

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SYDNEY: Ever since Captain Cook sailed into Sydney Harbour more than 230 years ago, Australia has become a nation of migrants.

Australia’s Asian ties go back to the Gold Rush when thousands of Chinese headed to its shores in search of riches. 473 more words

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