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Inspired by a tremendous haiku on Lize Bard

Why would the water be dead?
We have hope, don’t we
to pour into lost loams,
and to remember the lilies singing… 71 more words


10 Things To Know About Oktoberfest

Energy in Munich during Oktoberfest is palpable, everyone seems to be buzzing with excitement. Known to most Americans as a fun drinking festival, Oktoberfest is so much more than getting your drink on with hundreds of strangers. 1,873 more words


Teacher, 28, 'Gang Raped By 9 Iraqi Immigrants In Vienna Attack'

A court in Austria has heard that nine Iraqi immigrants gang raped a teacher during New Year’s Eve celebrations in Vienna.

The woman, 28, said she was drinking in a bar with a female friend but was apparently “taken away” by four men and led to an apartment where five more men were waiting to begin the “humiliating and agonizing” attack, which lasted for two hours. 376 more words

Crime & Corruption

A Few Thoughts Around the Playground

I’m currently between some classes and have had much more free time for long, meandering walks around the village. On most of my walks, I end up going past the playground of the elementary school in the neighboring village. 713 more words


Wine and Dine like a Spainard

My last trip to Barcelona was a little different in that I was not doing much site seeing better rather I was “site eating”. I going to show  some of these dishes that you need to try and where you can find a few of them. 601 more words