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You Talk About Your Politics and I Wonder if You Could be One of Them

MOROCCO | Sat, 12 Jul 2014 | By kakimono | Views [257]

 On Wednesday, we had about half an hour to eat lunch because at 1:00 we needed to go visit the Moroccan parliament as a field trip for poli sci. I've clearly gotten accustomed to my longer lunches, because despite half an hour being plenty of time ... Read more >

Tags: clocks, mosaics, parliament, pictures

Athens - Day 4 - Exploring Syntagma Area

GREECE | Mon, 23 Jul 2012 | By macedonboy | Views [511]

It's the fourth day in a row of temperatures in the mid 30s. My plan revolves around doing as much as I can to justify being in Athens. Then as little as I can to justify leaving the lovely cool air condition piece of heaven that is my hotel room.... Read more >

Tags: athens, greece, kerameilkos, panathinaikos, parliament

I love London Still

UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 16 Jun 2009 | By jj_devries | Views [296] | Comments [4]

No hog-wog washes to great us anywhere so so far so good! Staying in a great little spot called Chalk Farm nr Camden Town. Melb grunge would aspire to this. Did the tourist thing today: Parliament, Westminster Abbey, London Eye (that was the highlight), ... Read more >

Tags: buckingham palace, leicester square, london eye) hyde park, parliament, picadilly circus, westminster abbey

 

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An easily overlooked bird, this Campbell Island pipit (Anthus novaeseelandiae aucklandicus) represents a hope for conservation, as its species naturally re-established following a monumental and successful rat eradication program in 2001. With few visitors, the birds are remarkably quiet and curious. Campbell Island, sub-Antarctic islands.: by puffinmuffin, Views[244]
An easily overlooked bird, this Campbell Island pipit (Anthus novaeseelandiae aucklandicus) represents a hope for conservation, as its species naturally re-established following a monumental and successful rat eradication program in 2001. With few visitors, the birds are remarkably quiet and curious. Campbell Island, sub-Antarctic islands.

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