Anyone who has used StumbleUpon has probably stumbled upon photographs of human figurines that look like they are carved into tree stumps. The carvings are actually clay sculptures that are made to look like they are carvings, and most of … Continue reading
Posted in Philosophy, Photography, Pre-Service, Travel
Tagged art, Australia, camp, Camp Shohola, Dandenong, Ferntree Gully, Japan, Japanese, Kokoda Track, national park, Papua New Guinea, park, Shohola, statue, statues, StumbleUpon, Victoria, World War II, WWII
This gallery contains 105 photos.
In Australia, Melbourne and Sydney battle for the title of best city in the country. In my opinion they are both great cities, but Melbourne takes the gold for art. I went to a bunch of museums in Melbourne (and … Continue reading
This is what most Americans know about Tasmania: I was in Tasmania over the last weekend with my friends Luke, Catherine, and Mel. We had a great time. The island, and the animals, are nothing like Looney Tunes though. The … Continue reading
February 24, 2014
Tagged Aboriginal, Australia, camp, Camp Shohola, England, geography, Great Britain, indigenous, Looney Tunes, penal colony, photography, Port Arthur, prison, Shohola, Tasmania, Taz, Taz-Mania, UK, video, Warner Bros., Warner Brothers
This gallery contains 15 photos.
St. Kilda Botanical Gardens, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, & Flagstaff Gardens:
Tagged art, Australia, botanical gardens, flora, flowers, Melbourne, photography, photos, St. Kilda, Valentine, Valentines Day, Victoria
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The Southern Hemisphere’s International Food Night:
Tagged Asia, Asian food, Australia, camp, Camp Shohola, coconut, cusine, food, market, Melbourne, Queen Victoria Night Market, Shohola, Victoria
The last trip I am taking before heading off to Nicaragua for the Peace Corps is Australia. Although I was here a year ago, my really good friends Catherine and Luke live here, plus it is a fun place with … Continue reading
Posted in Pre-Service, Travel, Vlog
Tagged arts, Australia, beach, camp, Camp Shohola, Elwood, festival, Melbourne, music, music festival, ocean, Shohola, St. Kilda, St. Kilda Festival, Victoria, video, YouTube
I made a bet with my friend Dorell that I could pack for three weeks in Australia all in carry-on. Bear witness to my success. Apologies that the top of my head is cut off for the most part. … Continue reading
I wanted to make one more post about my trip to Mexico, specifically about the city of Guanajuato. Guanajuato is a large city in Guanajuato state, built across some hills and dry riverbeds. I only had half a day to … Continue reading
February 2, 2014
Tagged atrocity, battle, Cervantes, Don Quijote, Egypt, Egyptian, El Bajio, frog, frogs, Guanajuato, Inca, Incan, Man of La Mancha, Mexican War of Independence, Mexico, momias, mummies, Peru, siege, slaughter, war
I love visiting ancient Mayan cities. I don’t know why, but I absolutely love it. I love exploring every nook and cranny of the sites and climbing to the top of all of the buildings. I’ve been to La Patria … Continue reading
Posted in Photography, Pre-Service, Travel
Tagged Actun Tunichil Muknal, Actun Tunichil Muknal cave, architecture, ATM, ATM cave, Belize, Bonampak, Cahal Pech, Cancun, Caracol, caving, Cayo, Chiapas, Chichen Itza, cinema, Coba, El Peten, fauna, film, George Lucas, Guatemala, Indiana Jones, Kabah, Macal, Macal River, Maya, Mayan, Mayan ruins, Mayans, Mexico, monkeys, Mopan, Mopan River, movies, murals, national parks, paintins, Palenque, parks, Peten, Quintana Roo, reptiles, river, spelunking, Star Wars, Tikal, Tomb Raider, Tonina, Tulum, Usumacinta, Usumacinta River, Uxmal, wildlife, Xunantunich, Yaxchilan, Yaxha, Yucatan