Monthly Archives: June 2012

Feeling Blue (The Blue Mountains, Sydney 2)

On the second day in Sydney we took a train to the Blue Mountains. It took about two hours to get there from the city and the journey made me quite sleepy. The views on the road were quite pretty … Continue reading

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Australia and gender equality

There are many great things about this country. People are friendly, the sun is out a lot, they have Timtams and barbecued food is their national dish. But. The Australians have not gotten very far in the debate of masculinity … Continue reading

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Freedom…

…is such a big, complex and overused word. I want freedom of choice, we want freedom of speech, everybody wants to be merely free. Even religious people, me being one of them, these people that are spiritually liberated do care about … Continue reading

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Very busy !

Our lectures in Australia are finished last week. Now is time to study for the final exams ! This period for me and a lot of student is really busy. We have to study. Furthermore I started my intership as … Continue reading

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Victoria State Library and Melbourne Museum

Ive posted about Melbourne Museum before but could not share any photos at that time so Ill put some in this post instead. Its definitely worth visiting and have a great variety of different exhibitions and its free for students 🙂 … Continue reading

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Australian Open – Rod Laver Arena

Next stop on our little tourist guide is Rod Laver Arena, or where Australia Open is played. I’m not a tennis fan myself, well truthfully I’m not a big sports fan at all I don’t even watch horse riding the few times … Continue reading

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Melbourne Zoo

Hej! Thought Id share a couple of posts I had planned to publish way back but never did as it did not work to upload any photos. Anyway with that small obstacle out of the way let me introduce you … Continue reading

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winter in tropics

That day finally arrived – last week was our last week of lectures. Last classes in Oz passed quickly and rather boring, focusing on exam preparations. Now it’s just few tests to go, and studies down under are over. In … Continue reading

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Salsa

Even though I never thought this is the thing I would be doing in Australia, I am hooked on Salsa! Every Thursday in a Cloudland, a club in The Valley, a live band plays Latin music and people come from … Continue reading

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Winter!!

It is starting to become winter here in the Sunshine State of Queensland. While days are becoming shorter and colder, the weather back home in The Netherlands is turning around and I hear stories about hot, sunny days with bbq’s … Continue reading

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