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Exploring Aragón

When I arrived in Spain, I wrote a ‘bucket list’ of everything that I wanted to do this year. With only two months left, I’m now making sure that I’ve ticked off the majority of things, so far so good! 1,001 more words


Con ella no (Extracto)

De pueblo en pueblo anduvo Tomás Enrique por años, ya no dueño de uno, sino de 6 camiones que le manejaban otros. Además tenía uno más moderno que conducía él lleno de flores. 1,202 more words


Lifestyle choices.....

I don’t have any answers, let’s be clear about that. Not even any real suggestions. More questions than anything else. But when we turn our minds to the challenges that have so dramatically been put onto the front page of every media outlet by Tony Abbott, concerning remote aboriginal communities, I can’t help feeling that we need to broaden our horizons a bit and remember that these are not new problems nor unique to Australia. 634 more words

Social Issues

I mistook the moon

I closed my curtain last night,
in the face of the bright moon.

In my sleepy haze,
I thought the moon
was a street lamp, 60 more words


"Cerámica amazónica": Taller

Como parte de la exposición temporal AMAZONÍA. PUEBLOS DE SELVA  que reúne muestras de la producción cultural de los pueblos que habitan la cuenca más grande del mundo, la del río Amazonas, este sábado asiste al taller… 211 more words


Four Corners roadtrip - day 4

For the first three days of this trip we found ourselves following a fairly set routine. We’d get up and be on the road in good time, have a fairly lengthy morning driving and sight-seeing, eat a large late lunch, visit another site, drive on to our motel, and finish the day with some snacks in our room whilst checking email, reading and watching Food Network. 837 more words


Four Corners roadtrip - day 1

The plan for our latest trip morphed from a pleasant diversion on the way to a conference in Las Vegas into a 1000 mile circular roadtrip through New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado. 461 more words