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Does your town have a Ghost Bike?

I have a few photos from various countries of bikes being used for things other than riding. Everything about a bikes design is built with the belief that a person will be on top of it, so seeing a bike upright without feet on the pedals and hands on the grips can be a little eerie, like finding a glove without a hand in it or a clothing lying in a field. 421 more words


The Water Fairies Part 1 (Multi-Part Story)

Here’s a story I’m writing!

Ky walked slowly on the beach, along the ocean. She picked up shells as she went, and in the distance, although she didn’t know it, four other people were doing the same. 307 more words


People Have Brazil All Wrong: How My Experience There Shows It (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: David Liebowitz

Founder & Owner of: Frequency of the Unknown

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Travel and Writing Writer

With the Olympics happening in Rio de Janeiro and the country on the world stage, it has nevertheless been berated with heavy criticism. 656 more words


Zuka, Rio de Janeiro

In a city like Rio de Janeiro, where one is often told to ‘be vigilant’ when it comes to looking after your own safety, it’s refreshing to visit a part of the city that feels like more of a safe haven. 506 more words


Brazil: Arrival in Rio

As we land in Rio after an uneventful ten hour flight, I pinch myself to make sure that I am not in some strange dream. If you had told me during my formative years that I would one day visit this corner of the globe, I would have said that you’re talking to the wrong person. 1,612 more words