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Hostel? You Mean People Live Here?!

FIJI | Mon, 20 Jan 2014 | By elizabethkfmurphy | Views [477]

Day Two of Fiji was so much fun. Angela, Stacey and I had a market day. We took a bus into Nadi, which was really nice. The bus was pretty busted up but the roads are nicely paved so it's smooth and very open. Oh by the way Angela and Stacey are my dorm ... Read more >

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Brighton dreaming: Most people would either be arrested or hospitalised for willingly lying stomach-down on the promenade of stony Brighton beach in freezing wind wind conditions. I had popped out of my hostel quickly in less than weather-appropriate clothing to buy a snack when I saw the sunset approaching. I ran down to the promenade were I came across this puddle, and risking hypothermia, this is where i stayed until the sunset left- clicking away at my camera whilst curious locals and tourists cast me strange looks. Why was she photographing a puddle? Australia was in drought, but had she really been this deprived of rainwater? The result was beautiful, but it took me several cups of tea and a night in bed to bring warmth back to my body. Once again though- it was a moment that inevitably needed to be captured.: by breewilkinson, Views[175]
Brighton dreaming: Most people would either be arrested or hospitalised for willingly lying stomach-down on the promenade of stony Brighton beach in freezing wind wind conditions. I had popped out of my hostel quickly in less than weather-appropriate clothing to buy a snack when I saw the sunset approaching. I ran down to the promenade were I came across this puddle, and risking hypothermia, this is where i stayed until the sunset left- clicking away at my camera whilst curious locals and tourists cast me strange looks. Why was she photographing a puddle? Australia was in drought, but had she really been this deprived of rainwater? The result was beautiful, but it took me several cups of tea and a night in bed to bring warmth back to my body. Once again though- it was a moment that inevitably needed to be captured.

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