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Street Art in Sydney

Time in Sydney was extremely limited for us in the end, thanks to losing a day due to bung plane. However, we did manage to sneak in one evening of meandering the streets, primarily of Newtown, to photograph some of the amazing art that lines the streets. 22 more words


In honour of a leader

There is a saying that If you want to be a great leader, remember to treat all people with respect at all times. I realised that Professor Lorna Fox O’Mahony is a great leader of us. 92 more words

Getting Closer to Home...and Away

Friend and even foe of Dan’s will know by now that he has an extreme soft spot for a particular long running Australian soap opera. Those of you who attended our wedding may have even recognised the words to a particular theme song included in the speech so thoughtfully given by his best man. 686 more words


Screening of 'The Homecoming’ on 5th March, 2015

I am inviting you all to a documentary film screening directed by me. The title of the documentary is ‘The Homecoming’, which focuses on a painter’s life and work. 115 more words

Bye Bye Lah!

3 and a half years ago we left NZ to go on our honeymoon. Since that day we have been to 10 different countries (including two SARs and one SEZ to be exact), and lived and worked in both Korea and Hong Kong. 588 more words



En 1965 se estrenó simultáneamente en N.Y. y Londres The Homecoming, obra maestra del Premio Nobel de literatura 2005, Harold Pinter. Se trata de un guión de teatro, con el tema central de un hermano que regresa con su esposa a la casa paterna en Inglaterra, un hogar ocupado por cuatro hombres adultos (su padre, sus hermanos y sobrinos). 665 more words


A Sixty-Year-Old Mistake: Ray Bradbury's The October Country

I wanted to kick off this blog with a bang. What better way to do that than to point out a mistake that can still be found in bookstores today? 1,170 more words