Epiphyte – a plant that grows on another plant but is not parasitic, such as the numerous ferns, bromeliads, air plants, and orchids growing on tree trunks in tropical rain forests Back in January when I was bumming around Chiapas I … Continue reading
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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
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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
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St. Kilda Botanical Gardens, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, & Flagstaff Gardens:
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The Southern Hemisphere’s International Food Night:
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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
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