So you're single. And by the looks of it you'll remain that way during the most romantic day of the year, unless something dramatic happens... There could be a Cupid angel waiting to aim a love bow at you! Cezanne Poetess has generously offered to give 4 readers a FREE copy of her books; How... 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
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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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A couple of weeks ago, I discovered The Mella Centre on Oxford Street (London, UK). It was there that I met the talented siSTAR Cezanne Poetess... Artist, poetess and author of Single, Spiritual... AND Sexual (above left). Save the date 5th January 2014 for Cezanne Poetess' first workshop of the year! Happy New YOU! Goal-Setting... Continue Reading →
Two nights spent in Sharm El Sheikh - check! That's two days out of my 28 day trip done... I'm going according to plan, that's a good start! I knew when I booked my accommodation that I wouldn't want to stay much longer than two days. I'm not a resort sort of person and Sharm... Continue Reading →
I'm in Africa! My experience last night after landing in Sharm el Sheikh, is the very reason why I shouldn't be doing things last minute when it comes to travel arrangements... Besides booking my accommodation literally lastmin.com, I completely forgot to book the bus transfer from the airport to the Hotel - Aida Better Life... Continue Reading →
Dia da Consciência Negra... Black Consciousness Day, Brazil It might seem ironic that there should be a day dedicated to black consciousness in Brazil; a country with its history steep in the trans-atlantic slavery between 1594 to 1888 (the last country in the western hemisphere to abolish slavery). The seed of 'black origin' flourishes in... Continue Reading →
http://youtu.be/y-BEwBPKJ60 A journey I took thinking I would be helping to save a few children from hunger, but rather I was the one being saved, and my need for spirituality rekindled... This is how I found myself in Haiti! Despite many barriers (the language!) I had a rewarding experience! *Funding for the food program which... Continue Reading →
When I met Dionisis Kostakis on my second day in Rio de Janeiro in December last year, there was little about him, if nothing at all, that indicated his unusual hobby. With beach blond hair and subtly tanned olive skin, I took him to be yet another European who had ditched the struggling economy of... Continue Reading →