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Dear Australia,

You know what would be cool? A sustainable amount of work. You know, maybe from one of the 100 résumés I’ve sent out over the last 2 1/2 months. (But who’s counting?) Am I really wrong for every job I’ve … Continue reading

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A watched pot never boils

“Cause getting your dreams It’s strange, but it seems A little — well — complicated There’s a kind of a sort of…cost There’s a couple of things get…lost There are bridges you cross You didn’t know you crossed Until you’ve … Continue reading

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The thing about the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge

Is that they are a lot bigger than they seem. You can’t appreciate how much it took to make them until you see them up close. The thing about this trip is that it’s a lot bigger than it seems. … Continue reading

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All roads lead to…

My first full day here, I walked down the street to familiarize myself with my surroundings. I ended up at Prahan Market, the down under doppelgänger of my beloved Granville Island Market in Vancouver. There I met Bisi, the Brit … Continue reading

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Where I invariably find myself

Any trip I take to a bookstore begins, ends, or often begins and ends in the travel section. Today, I conducted something of an informal survey: 99% of travel writing books are by White authors 90% of those authors are … Continue reading

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