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Topsy Turvy

Originally posted on Genna Buck:
View of Kigali City from my street. This is really a beautiful country. “Topsy turvy” is an example of a quaint Anglo-American expression that encapsulates perfectly how I feel, yet conveys exactly no information to…

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Re-entry

So…I’m back. Back in Quebec City, on Labour Day, with an event to cover in three hours and a production meeting tomorrow at 8:30 for a — *gulp* — TV show. Re-entry. Africa was a film that kept playing, an … Continue reading

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Reverse culture shock is a bitch.

Right off the bat I should clarify that I do not know how long this entry is going to be, because I’m already quite surprised that I’ve managed to steal the “listening to concert archives” workstation at Nimes’ art library … Continue reading

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Burundi Impressions I and II

I am in Africa. Burundi to be exact. Taking advantage of the chance t write because today is one of the days my neighbourhood has electricity. Yep, I said “one of the days my neighbourhood has electricity.” A major regional … Continue reading

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