Happy weekend, lovelies! I’m trying something a little different today- a photo series, of sorts. Oooh. Yesterday we visited an artist working in a disused textile factory in Kinshasa. He is creating very thoughtful pieces of art on themes such as democracy, liberty and environmental degradation. His workshop is so atmospheric- this place has hardly … More Photo Diary: Sunny Saturday in Kinshasa
Happy Friday my little bloglings! See, I told you I would be back soon enough. Although I have to admit, this is partly thanks to @awe50m3anne over at ‘One for the blog’ (link: https://awe50m3anne.wordpress.com), who nominated me for the Liebster award! Very exciting stuff, thank you for the nomination. Anne asked me 10 questions, and … More I got nominated, y’all
Hello, it’s me… Sorry about the absence, my blogger pals. I hope you didn’t think that I had abandoned you. Malaria, work and a lack of WiFi have kept me away from my little blog baby. But those aren’t the only reasons I haven’t written… There’s something you should know about me… I suffer … More Who run the world?
A while back I did some work experience for a start-up travel company. This job involved blogging on the topic of travel, and exploration. Unfortunately this company never took off, but I wrote a blog post on voluntourism that I am pretty proud of, and so I thought I would share it on here with … More Voluntourism: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
(cover image source: tumblr) That’s right, we’re one post in, and this is what it’s come to already: the f word. You know the one… *whispers*… Feminism. (image source: tumblr) This, somewhat mysteriously, seems to be quite a controversial, hush-hush subject (although thanks to many fabulous women doing fabulous work, such Laura Bates, Lena Dunham, … More the F word
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