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Avalanche Peak

Over the weekend we decided to make the most of our new surroundings and headed out to Arthur’s Pass – a mere 2 hour drive away. 224 more words

New Zealand

The Bone People - Keri Hulme

This book was weird and wiry in all the right ways.

I took it off the shelf for two reasons – it’s published by Penguin and the cover art is distinctly Maori and impressively drawn. 248 more words

Bookreview

A blast of fresh air

I am a breath of fresh air.

I was born in the forests of New Zealand.

I was born amongst lavender fields.

I grew up high in the mountains. 40 more words

Gerard Menuhin: - Forutså Hitler den nye verdensorden?

Did Hitler Foresee the New World Order?

By

Jonas E. Alexis

January 18, 2017

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…by Jonas E. Alexis and Gerard Menuhin

Gerard Menuhin is a British-Swiss journalist, writer, novelist, and film producer. 1,657 more words

Jødedom - Folkemord

The Lonely Road Cone

Why are you there,

Abandoned, and alone?

Your brothers not near,

Yet you sit

Like stone.

Stranded in the pond,

The bush or the tree. 24 more words

Thoughts

Moving on!

G’day everybody,

I’m finally back on the road! The last days on the farm have been rough… Not because of the work, but because of the huge amount of money, I ended up investing in my van. 826 more words

Travels

Queenstown (Nov 20th)

Leaving the beautiful Mt. Cook area feels somewhat painful. As did leaving all the other beautiful places we’ve been to so far.

This morning I woke up with all of the muscles in my legs still hurting from the 15km long walk through snow and 2000 steps up all the way to Mueller Hut. 111 more words

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