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Moon Valley and stargazing in the desert of San Pedro de Atacama

CHILE | Fri, 4 Sep 2015 | By sheree | Views [1259]

it was kind of strange to drive in to a town after day after day of incredible, expanse landscapes. San Pedro is a town in the Atacama Desert so it was very red. It was also really hot and dry, which we kind of weren't expecting since we had been in ... Read more >

Tags: death valley, desert, devils throat, dry, earth, hot, moon, moon valley, stargazing, stars

When God sends us where we dont want to go ...

MALAWI | Thu, 3 Oct 2013 | By spidermonkey | Views [154]

God has a sense of humour... We all have this idea in our heads that we get to choose our own calling or something which is evident by questions we ask each other about what we want to do... Honestly, that would be nice! The questions; what do you ... Read more >

Tags: dry, god, jeremiah, zone

 

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Looking up the track of the Wellington Cable Car. We got off at this stop.: by locomocean, Views[224]
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By reviving canoe racing, the Tsleil-Waututh people hope to bring the Nation together. And more importantly, to engage their youth in their traditions. This year, kids as young as seven were introduced to the art of paddling by some of the Nation’s best racers. For four months, veterans and newcomers gathered together five times a week to paddle. “It feels like the community is coming together again,” says 13-year-old Meghan Ormandy. : by carlostello, Views[117]
By reviving canoe racing, the Tsleil-Waututh people hope to bring the Nation together. And more importantly, to engage their youth in their traditions. This year, kids as young as seven were introduced to the art of paddling by some of the Nation’s best racers. For four months, veterans and newcomers gathered together five times a week to paddle. “It feels like the community is coming together again,” says 13-year-old Meghan Ormandy.

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