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The highlight of Timor-Leste - meeting Elisa.

When I travelled to Timor-Leste earlier this year, I was burdened with the grief of losing a close friend, a mere 2 days prior. But sometimes, I think that we are placed in certain situations to learn, to grow and to move on. 734 kata lagi

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Archipelago - Book Talk at the SMSA

Ian Burnet – Archipelago

Mitchell Theatre, SMSA Sydney, 280 Pitt Street

Tuesday 8 September 2015, 12:30 – 1:30

Ian Burnet explores the most culturally diverse nation on earth, Indonesia, which comprises as many as 17,000 islands. 515 kata lagi

A stepping stone to home: Timor-Leste

It’s Sunday in Dili and clean washing is drying in my street in the dappled shade of coconuts. There’s a breeze, as usual, and occasionally a green mango or papaya drops onto the gravel. 1.333 kata lagi

Not so ordinary: Sara Currie

PhD student. Tourism teacher. Marketer for good.

Sara Currie has a background in tourism and marketing, and decided to start a Masters. Then she turned it into a PhD and is using it to help Timor-Leste rebuild.  1.329 kata lagi


Unexplored World: Top 10 Least-Visited Countries in Asia

Tourism in Asia is simply booming, however there’s some countries that make visiting almost impossible. Some countries like China and India attract millions of visitors but others struggle to bring in the hordes. 999 kata lagi


Amizade: Friendship.

(Taken from my diary 22nd February, 2015, 11:54am)

Today we visited a small church in the Baucau district. I couldn’t help but fall in love with its character, beauty, and strength. 489 kata lagi

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