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Archive for: July 2014


Permaculture: A Growing Alternative

A good friend of mine relocated to South America this year. He went to join a revolution. Not a local revolution, like some might picture when they th...

The Amber Road

My family comes from Latvia, a beautiful Baltic country made up of various trees, rivers and lakes, and a very wide range of biodiversity. While Latvi...

Repent or Die: How ISIS is Changing the Gulf

Some of you may have heard that the ancient Egyptian goddess Isis has returned to Earth and is wreaking havoc in Iraq, with plans to expand her new em...

World Cup Brazil: What the media didn’t cover

Many people from each corner of the world joined to enjoy the festivities at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The matches were exciting and the stadiums ...

R16 – More than just dancing

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc1k9OrP2dw] R-E-S-P-E-C-T. That’s what the “R” in “R-16” stands for. The R-16 is an annual event he...

7 Things to do in Nepal when You’re Dead

Flying into Kathmandu from Oman is an easy four-hour flight, so last February I picked up a bottle of Bombay Sapphire at the Muscat duty-free shop and...

North Korea: Security threat or not?

North Korea has proposed to its southern neighbor for an immediate cease on all provocative military actions to “better” the relationship between ...

Alien Encounters from Around the World

We’ve all heard the stories: Someone is out in the middle of nowhere late at night when they spot strange lights in the sky. The next thing they kno...