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Heroines and Tequila; absorbing the spirit of Mexico

Few countries draw me to them because of one person, but Frida Kahlo was the initial reason I went to Mexico.

Even 60 years after her death I wanted to stand in the same place she had and get to know the painter better. 593 more words

The Rest Of The World

Travel vs vacation: the power to reboot and recharge

Vacation is the time of year I used to look forward to the most. I’d spend so much of my free time counting the days till my time off and detailing the most exciting plans for Europe, Asia or the Caribbean. 428 more words

Travel

The Blank: Restored!

One of my ongoing projects has been preserving/remastering/restoring the films that I made with friends in the 1990s, under the banner of Silver Screen Productions (SSP). 583 more words

Filmmaking

On being inspired

On Friday afternoon, I was asked if I could spare 20 minutes or so to watch a test of My One Demand, Blast Theory’s latest wonderfully ambitious project which is premiering in Toronto at the end of June. 604 more words

PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) and the Instructor Exam (IE)

Yesterday was my last day in Mexico for a while so I thought I better get this post out sooner rather than later!

When I started this blog I set out to become a PADI Open Water SCUBA Instructor.   906 more words

Mexico

Welcome to Shannon and Pat's Blog

After more than thirty years in work we’ve decided ‘what the hell’ and jacked in our jobs to go travelling around Europe. We both hope to resume our careers when we return but we’re not going to worry about that until November time. 73 more words

Career Break

That Part Of Me That Is Making Me | Bangladesh

Back when I was a little girl, I had always possessed this certain fascination on people who work for United Nations, World Bank, and the likes. 841 more words

Chasingodyssey

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