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El Boliche de Bessonart, San Antonio de Areco, Argentina

From the outside, El Boliche de Bessonart looks almost derelict. Its flaking stone walls jut out from the corner of a dark, dusty street a little way from San Antionio de Areco’s cobbled central plaza.  423 more words

Travel

Ebook Myths Debunked

As a soon-to-be published E-book first author, I’ve heard a lot of reasons why people haven’t picked up an ebook. Here are five of those… debunked. 294 more words

Writing

Earl Grey Vanilla Cake

This recipe comes from our old pastry chef Andrea. A man of many cakes, cookbooks and OTT exclamations.

Despite the ever decreasing sales of tea, Earl Grey tea, flavoured with bergamot,  220 more words

Recipe

"Skeleton Woman" Comic

Another old comic- this one is based on an Inuit fairy tale. For this one, I focused on the idea of split narrative to tell the story.

Fairy Tale

Burns Night

25th January 2015

Way back when my dad came to Thailand before Christmas we had organised some tins of haggis to be in the box of stuff from home. 193 more words

Thailand

Nothing New Under the Sun

I haven’t blogged during the past couple of weeks because I have been busy traveling back in time and around the world. Okay, not literally, but my day class on Period and Country Decorating Styles took me all the way back to Ancient Egypt. 1,020 more words