Last week I got a message from a blog reader in Ghana saying he's nominated me for a Blog Camp Ghana Award! So I thought I'd get a momentum going if I am actually to make it to the voting process - I need lots of nominated first! It's nice to know my blogs are... Continue Reading →
Just when you think documenting the Sapeurs couldn't be more done, Guinness have made a glossy ad in an attempt to catch onto a trend already known to the mainstream... Have they missed the boat on this one? Or is there always room to be further fascinated by the Society of Elegant Persons of the... Continue Reading →
Be transported to Congo through a visual dialogue of the country’s brutal past and hopeful future. This photographic exhibition is showing at the Rivington Place, Shoreditch, London. Also checkout upcoming events in relation to this exhibition listed at the end of this post.
This weekend I’ll be focusing on Congo with my blog posts! Stay posted and be sure to follow my student blog: http://www.theefedstudent.wordpress.com
so you don’t miss out!
Travel Making Kai x
The poster itself hold no boundaries – and neither does the title. The grim reality of Congo’s tragic past and man’s interests in the animal closely linked to our ancient ancestors, is the face of ‘When Harmony Went to Hell’ exhibition showing at Rivington Place, London.
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"Ongoing demonstrations, the upcoming World Cup, preparations for the Olympic Games and approaching elections - 2014 is considered to be a very important year for Brazil. Consequently, many stories are out there waiting to be covered. Beyond Your World would like to make a big contribution with this special project and needs your help!" On... Continue Reading →
I wondered aimlessly through the streets of Amman taking in the sights, sounds, and stares from the locals! My starting point - the famous Rainbow Street then up and down into the bustle of downtown - Al-Balad... If you plan to walk around Amman note that the city is full of hills (they don't show... Continue Reading →
Camels trail lazily through the heat of the desert towards an oasis, mountains lean into the skyline in the distance. The scene is a picturesque array of beautiful colours skilfully blended together... You don't need to have visited the Wadi Rum to be transported there. You can get the essences of the the Jordanian desert... Continue Reading →