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24 Hours in Vientiane

It’s incredibly hard to describe Vientiane – it oozes with character but yet it reminded me so much of so many other countries. Of course, there is French architecture courtesy of 60 years of French rule, and the French also left behind their baguettes, which can be seen in many pop up shops all around town. 1,036 more words


Warring States Japan (Sengoku Period)

The warring states Japan also known as the Sengoku period is a subject close to my heart and is a subject that I hold an immense interest in. 1,406 more words

World History

20140418 Melbourne

Flinders St. & Spencer St.

Northbank Place – Peddle Thorp Melbourne Pty. Ltd.

Southern Cross Railway Station – 2006, Grimshaw Architects

Yarra River

Goldsborough Lane – Shop & Eat… 34 more words


Day Trip

Several weeks ago, I heard a quick blurb on a morning show about free things to do for the weekend. Loving anything free, I quickly looked up… 155 more words


The Unedited Truth About What It Means To Grow Up As An Americanized Latina

I was born on the outskirts of Lima to a Peruvian mother and an absent Spanish father. I was raised solely by my mother, in a house built by my grandfather where a clump of my other relatives sporadically resided. 677 more words

Rumours of Ludlow Wetherspoon quashed as clothes and bears company moves into Legion

I have lost track of how many times I have been told that the Wetherspoon pub chain is coming to Ludlow. When Woolworths closed, the gossips were certain that a Wetherspoon would open up any day. 536 more words