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So a Newfie goes to [New Zealand]…

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On the ‘N-word’ a long way from the Rock

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Fitting in (or, the art of learning a new language) [PERU]

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Katherine shares some observations on her language-learning experiences in Peru

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Don’t panic!

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Zen and the Art of Hitchhiking: a true story about seeing the good in everyone and knowing the Universe has got your back.

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Wandering the Great Big World

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From roaming the streets of St. John’s as a teenager, to touring the world in Newfoundland’s most travelled band: Bob Hallett shares his thoughts on seeing the world and never becoming a lost wanderer.

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Night of the Knives [NICARAGUA]

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Patrick reflects on an unpleasant experience in Nicaragua, and how facing our fears can help us to grow as individuals.

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Lima in five observations [PERU]

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Katherine shares five important observations that newcomers to Peru should be aware of.

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Beyond Istanbul

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Turkey’s protest movement is sweeping other cities and towns across the country. The international media’s just not there to capture most of it.

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Inside Gezi Park

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The occupation of Istanbul’s last remaining green space is giving way to new forms of community and democracy.

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Dissimilar Assimilation [Dubai]

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It’s one thing to be a resident of Dubai, but another, impossible thing to fully assimilate.

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Marching to Taksim Square

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Turkey’s labour unions mobilize to join the protests for democracy and human rights.

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“To resist for the sake of a single tree”

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From the centre of Istanbul’s protests this week, Hans Rollmann reports on the rising of a powerful social movement and the violent state terror it has encountered.

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Ozan and the Postal Box [CYPRUS]

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Sometimes mailing a parcel can be harder than it seems

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Why WWOOF? [New Zealand]

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True stories of llamas, Easter egg hunts, and meditation.

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The first step is often the hardest [Egypt]

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How a taxi driver in pre-revolutionary Egypt introduced a young man from Colliers to the wider world.

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You can take the boy out of Newfoundland… [New Zealand]

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Dealing with homesickness on the other side of the world.

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The Value of Compromise (a story about Elves)

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In a country characterized by increasingly intransigent partisan politics, it sometimes seems that supernatural intervention will be required to get people to compromise. Here’s a story of how that might happen, courtesy of another small island in the North Atlantic.

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Finding Newfoundland in Waterford [Ireland]

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Sometimes you don’t find what you’re looking for, but you discover something you didn’t expect…

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Active and Passive travelling

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If conventional travel isn’t satisfying your need to see and experience other people and places, it may be time for a more ‘active’ approach

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