We spent a gorgeous sunny day with Mum wandering around Kings Park, The Botanic Garden, and through Perth city. Whilst it is a little strange being in a city after so long, with so many green spaces and waterside parklands, Perth really is a pretty place. It's awesome that around 75% of the shoreline is accessible to the public...good to see that unlike a lot of other cities, it's not just for millionaires and their McMansions. 😜👍🏼
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I can’t wait to meet up with you soon. One day I’m going to build you the coolest van. I love you @shinewildyogi Thank you for all that you are and all that you do.
❄️ When you sneak on the ice skating rink after dark and do a little routine ⛸
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Our playwright for this month's Forge is Emily Mercedes Rich! We will be hosting a reading of her new play, "Ophelia”!
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Emily Mercedes Rich is a Chicago-based Floridian writer. Her work has appeared in F Newsmagazine, Curious Theatre Branch's RhinoFest, and at Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble. She was awarded a teaching fellowship from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she teaches creative writing. She holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and she has a dog named Dot.
Ophelia, of Hamlet fame, has become over the years a culturally iconic character. Her image and characteristics have been reproduced countless times from her inception to present day. As a result, Ophelia has been an icon of femininity, and I have some objections to that. Namely, depictions of Ophelia have been historically young, white, and dead. To suggest these categories represent femininity is fallacious at best, which is where Ophelia comes in. Ophelia takes place parallel to the plot of Hamlet. Each Ophelia approaches the plot differently, has differing thoughts and feelings about the cyclical, theatrical nature of her story, and represents a different age and cultural background. The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark becomes the tragedy of Ophelia, who has no titles or masculine privilege, but lost a father too.
First and hopefully not my last time to Queenstown, New Zealand. The Mountain @collectivepass was the catalyst to making the mountain life part of my identity! 🛩🌍🏔🏂❄ Check out my latest blog "The Mountain Life is Who I Am." #CaptureCoolness#PowChaser
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A Guarda do Embaú tem uma energia que contagia qualquer um que visite esse paraíso. Ficamos apaixonados nesse pequeno vilarejo, nossa visita rápida pela Guarda , foi tão especial que a gente conseguiu até ver alguns golfinhos🐬 pena que não deu para filmar , ficamos tão encantados que esquecemos de registrar. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
O lugar é bem roots. Tem algumas opções de restaurantes e o centrinho tem várias lojinhas com os mais variados produtinhos. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Localizada dentro do município de Palhoça, 50 Km ao Sul de Florianópolis, e o acesso é feito pela estrada da Pinheira. Super recomendado. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Las Setas w Sewilli to niezwykła konstrukcja z drewna o wymiarach 70 x 150 metrów, która stanowi jednocześnie wspaniały punkt widokowy. Autorem projektu budowli, którą otwarto w 2011 roku, jest Jurgen Mayer.
Metropol Parasol to „instalacja” złożona z sześciu „grzybów” - stąd jego potoczna nazwa, Las Setas - połączonych kapeluszami. Las Setas wzniesiono na, a właściwie nad Plaza de la Encarnacion. Konstrukcja obejmuje kilka poziomów połączonych ścieżkami, a jej główną atrakcją jest taras widokowy ulokowany na samej górze. W praktyce panoramę Sewilli można jednak podziwiać z grzybowego dachu z różnych punktów i perspektyw. Warto tu przyjść zarówno za dnia, najlepiej o zachodzie słońca, jak i w środku nocy, tuż przed zamknięciem. Wtedy jest najbardziej pusto, czyli najlepiej 😎
Con mi negro nos casamos despues de 1 año de pololeo, y a las 2 semanas nos fuimos a vivir a Australia!😍 Javier se fue a estudiar y yo trabajar en lo que se presentara. Estabamos super emocionados de irnos a vivir afuera por un tiempo pero a la vez con ciertos miedos y preocupaciones por el hecho de irnos los dos solos, sin ningún apoyo. Y fue la mejor experiencia de la vida!!!☇ Logramos una autonomía máxima como pareja y aprendimos a conversarlo todo y a llegar acuerdos. Lo repetiriamos miles de veces!! Descubrimos que sin arriesgarse no se aprende 🤗
With Javier we got married after a year of dating, and after 2 weeks we went to live to Australia! 😍 Javier studied and I worked in hospitality. We were super excited about going to live outside for a while but at the same time with some fears and worries about the fact of going the two of us withput any help. And it was the best experience ever!!! ☇We achieved being independant as a couple and we learn how to speak everything and to get deals. We would repeat it a thousand times! There is no learning without some level of risk taking 🤗
“A toast for new adventures! Morocco has confirmed to us that living and traveling is what we enjoy and want to be able to keep doing. Many of you ask us how we do it to live like this, both the van and our trips are paid with hard work as an English teacher and as a waiter. For two years all of our income has gone to making our dream come true. At first we were going to keep on travelling after Morocco but that time on the road has cleared our ideas and defined some projects that we’d had in mind for a long time. So we’ve decided to stop for a while and invest the money we have left on these projects to be able to keep traveling while making an online income. We are very motivated and excited and even tough we can’t tell you anything yet we will share everything with you! Hopefully it’ll help and inspire you to pursue your dreams of living while traveling.
Here’s a clue, one of these projects will be made along side a family of travellers whom we really love and we are sure we’ll learn a lot from!" Words by @thevaneffect .
Are you also looking for an online income while travelling ? ✈️ .
👉Checkout these guys @organicsgrowth@thyrionthomas@catalina_tapia .
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Today we covered most of the sides. The back braces still need to be welded in, so that we can shape the panels to the proper radius.
On the second photo, we still haven’t cut the hole for the big window, that is coming soon.