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Anzac Day

Every year, on April 25th, Australians gather to commemorate fallen soldiers. I was fortunate enough to experience the beauty of this day, starting it off with a beautiful sunrise ceremony, where I found myself both fascinated and heartbroken by the story of Gallipoli ( 184 more words

Sydney, Australia

If I die too soon

26 April 2016
4:19PM
Sydney

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I’m being productive. Things are getting done. I’m currently going through all of my photos and rooting out the ones I need, the duplicates I can delete, the notes I can jot down, the photos that are unnecessary. 663 more words

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Weird And Amazing Travel's : 4 Things You Won’t Believe You Can Do in Sydney

This post was posted by Robert Schrader on Weird And Amazing Travel on February 24, 2016.

Perched atop hills and surrounded by water, Sydney is an extraordinarily beautiful city—there’s no doubt about that. 457 more words

Travel

Always, this wanting

22 April 2016
12:14 PM
Sydney, Australia

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I have so much I want to say. Too much. I’ve been trying to write to you for ages. 1,355 more words

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Sydney Australia - 3 lesser known places to visit

Hi, I am back and this time with some great info on Sydney Australia. This is a city in Australia made famous because of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. 188 more words

Australia

IQ2 Debate: Society Must Recognise Trans People's Gender Identities

Gender

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Transgender policy expert Peter Hyndal, LA based director and film producer Andrea James, Scottish Professor of philosophy John Haldane and Associate Professor of gender Bronwyn Winter discuss society's attitudes towards gender and identity. Click on the GenderTrender link to watch the video.