The Lonely Planet is our go to guide book. I’m familiar with the layout, now. It begins with information necessary for planning your trip, then the next section… 780 more words
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As I write this post, diced pineapples( Wale, Drake and Rick ross (sick combination right there)) is playing in the background and I just had to write this statement down: there are no words I can find to describe the awesomeness of this song; most especially that initial moment when at the beginning of the song Wale starts with his monologue…*goose bumps*…until Rick ross uses the word flesh and it’s just…oh, God no…but Rozay is awesome. 1,616 more words
As an ardent advocate of libraries, literacy, and access to information, I am uncomfortable with the strident mockery of censorship during Banned Books week.
My sons and I shared a love for Calvin and Hobbes, even before they understood all the sophisticated inside jokes; we still do. 499 more words
I bet the majority of twenty- first century teens are unlikely to list books as something that will make them happy. A night out with mates, a trendy new item of clothing, an unusual number of likes on an Instagram post possibly, an invitation to the Matric School dance, but to read a book? 682 more words
You’ll know by now that travel is one of my things, and that it’s a family thing. John and I had both spent extended time overseas before we met, way back when. 1,000 more words