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Walking on broken Glac-ier

The bus up to Calafate was long and warm with the exception of a subzero feeling border crossing at dawn in the middle of no man’s land which took us back into Argentina. 1,806 more words

Words of the Week 4/21/18

Historical Meaning

By Annette Rey

All of our creative writing comes from our experiences and education; and we should continue learning to enrich our lives. When we write a scene, sometimes even we don’t know where we are going to carry it. 334 more words


A Whirlwind of An Adventure

Last month I jumped on an opportunity to visit one of Australia’s biggest cities, Melbourne, for a whole two days. Just so you know, two days is not nearly enough time to eat your way through the city and soak up its urban charm. 460 more words

Defence Mechanisms: Slicer at Besser Space


This weekend Melbourne abstract painter and graffiti artist Slicer will present a collection of new works exploring anti-predator adaptations, materiality and the psyche.

Open for only two days at Besser Space in Collingwood, … 80 more words

Melbourne specialty food stores - Meatsmith

I remember looking at my son’s barber – you know how they all are now, wearing tailored tweed pants and button-down collars, mustachioed, hair somehow simultaneously pouffed, parted and slicked, bedecked in aprons that look like they should be worn by a 1940s stableboy or butcher – and thinking “I wish my meatsmith looked like that” 686 more words


Wereoutcycling in Argentinië

We’re out cycling in Argentinië!

De Carretera Austral eindigde in Villa O’ Higgens, Chili. Daar zijn we op nogal avontuurlijk wijze, beter gezegd gekkenwerk met onze fietsen over de grens naar Argentinië gestoken. 489 more words

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Exploring Melbourne with $10 or less a day!

I LOVE MELBOURNE. If I could move back tomorrow, I would go in a heartbeat. It was by far my favourite city in Aus, maybe even the best city I’ve ever been to. 1,454 more words