Monthly Archives: April 2012

Rainy days. (Melbourne 2)

After a sleepless night I felt rather tired. Luckily, I wasn’t the only one suffering from the last night’s one-man-show performed by our roommate. Most of us got irritated enough by the whole situation of not being able to fall … Continue reading

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townsville.. see u later !!

Easter break !! finally we have the opportunity to travel a bit in australia ! with our car we had driven for more than 1000 km in the south reaching the withsundays islands, hervey bay, fraiser island, noosa, brisbane, and … Continue reading

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Chasing the sun

I was about to insert a massive gallery from my Easter Break Trip, but according to the blog engine, I already have filled my storage quota (200 MB)… with just few pictures attached to previous posts? Well, all that is left is … Continue reading

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European migrants became European survivors

The Migration Museum is a place full of stories, of survivors, of split-up families, of poor people, of desperate people, of people accepting Australia as their new homeland. Alessandro and I have spent five days in the air-conditioned offices of … Continue reading

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The one with Chinese dumplings and the zombie. (Melbourne 1)

As I’ve mentioned before, I didn’t feel very excited about going on the Easter trip. All the assignments I have, make me much less enthusiastic about things and bring out the grumpy side of me. Well, but that was before … Continue reading

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Writing & … losing weight

Long time no … read ? Well, my life these couple of weeks hasn’t been as exciting as before. I had heaps of assignments to do and there’s still even more to come. Definitely my busiest time since I became … Continue reading

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Wanna say ‘Hi’ to the koalas ?

Time flies. I came to Australia a month ago and it only feels like 2 weeks maybe. The semester started ruthlessly without asking any of the students for their opinion. The whole university situation reminds me of elementary/secondary school period … Continue reading

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A walk along the Karrawirra Parri

The River Torrens is the most important body of fresh water in the Adelaide Plains and the main reason for the colonially old decision to build the city of Adelaide in its current position. If looked up on Google Maps, … Continue reading

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Welcome to..!!

So many things happened its hard to describe, Easter is almost over yet easter break has just started, two weeks off, thank you Australia!! I attended a mass on Saturday in Adelaide Cathedral of St Francis Xavier, I was astonished … Continue reading

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Signs of a koala

Koalas. Australia’s pride. I got to cuddle one when we went to Kangaroo Island and he held on to me like I was an Eucalyptus tree with sunglasses. I would still love to see one for real though, a wild … Continue reading

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