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Kiyomizu-dera (清水寺) "Pure Water Temple"

I want this Blog to document my move to Japan, a “fish out of water” experience. But it’s not as if I’ve never visited. It is the beautiful experiences with the country, people and culture which strengthen the siren call to make the big leap. 480 more words


The Colossus Rises

The Colossus Rises is the first book in the Seven Wonders series.

It all starts out when Jack McKinley faints in the middle of a busy street. 298 more words

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Alexandria, Egypt

Last weekend, I was fortunate to have time to take a day trip to Alexandria. Alexandria is north of Cairo and lies on the Mediterranean Sea, where the Nile River spreads out and drains into the sea. 623 more words


The Great Wall - a phenomenal feat

Imagine a fortress that runs for miles – through the forest, through the villages, from the sea on one side to the vast desert on the other; fortified with watch towers, walls, command posts, gates, shrines and temples; steep in some places, a gentle climb in others, contouring through the mountain ranges like a dragon leaving you in awe of what is nothing short of being a phenomenal feat of construction – that is the Great Wall: the largest man-made monument ever to have been built. 292 more words

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Great Pyramid of Giza

The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It is also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops. 192 more words

Empties: June/July

I quite like doing Empties posts. It lets me reflect on what I use, what I don’t and what I liked or didn’t like about certain products. 420 more words


Stress Free Place|Un lugar Libre de Preocupaciones

The idea of going was exciting, but being there was more than we that. We started planning this trip a few months ago, but we had this strange feeling in our stomachs; we were leaving our girls behind. 543 more words