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Berlin’s East Side Gallery

By on July 15, 2015

In 1989, the Berlin Wall fell, but the pain that the wall had caused in the divided city was not forgotten. It had been 28 long years for Berlin, and Berliners rejoiced as the wall began to be dismantled. A 1.3km stretch would remain as a tribute to the era’s global euphoria…


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Impulsive Train Journeys and Sleeping in Public Places

By on July 12, 2015

After one of the most dramatic weekends of my life I was finally saying goodbye to Belgium. We had lost our minds at Tomorrowland and made a fools of ourselves in Brussels, but it was time to say goodbye to some cool Adelaidians and make my way to Poland.

It was a 4am…


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Remembering Murder: Berlins Holocaust Memorial

By on July 12, 2014

How can you begin the represent the murder of 6 million people? How could one place possibly symbolise one of the most devastating moments in human history? The country that carries the weight of the most horrific genocide in history has gone to great efforts to illustrate the Halocaust, and the…

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