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Eco living: Beware The Turkey

The turkey has you bent over the table with the electric carving knife to your throat. It buzzes as it grows closer to your skin. ‘Not so funny now is it?’ The cooked Christmas roast asks.   921 more words

Eco Living

Charity & Egoism

If someone gives a coin to a poor man, this may be an unselfish deed; but only to the extent that it was absolutely selfless does it find its way to the sphere of immortality — and very few deeds are selfless to this degree. 78 more words

Anthroposophy

Montañita, You Cruel Mistress

Montañita – Ecuador’s destination for surfers and party animals alike.

Now I can’t surf for toffee (much as I try, and much as it is fun – I’m body boarding at best) and lets be honest – I’m not a party animal. 1,158 more words

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Day 269 - National Prime Rib Day

I don’t think I’ll get a lot of sympathy if I start to complain that as part of my quest I had to spend a portion of my day trying to find some Prime Rib. 1,953 more words

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City Of Tiny Lights (15)


Bright lights, big city: every window hides a story

London’s flickering neon, streamlining car lights, and walls of glass reflected back from black oil puddles mesmerise and distort a contemporary tale of everyday murder, corruption and fundamentalism… 825 more words

A Christmas Carol

The Sunday Roast

Everyone loves a good roast dinner – particularly on those bitter cold, winter Sunday’s. However, studies find that Easter Sunday is the final roast of the year – a chance for families to gather and enjoy one last roast before the summer salads and BBQ’d goodies become our Sunday staple. 384 more words

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