Category Archives: Musings

Keep Exploring

Nature, a place for you and your mind.
Keep exploring. 🌞🌻🌱🌊🌎🌍🌏
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#mondaymusings

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Photography: @eslopez

Dive Deep

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Dive deep. Discover new things. Delve into life’s wonders. 🌊🐟 #mondaymusings
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Photo taken at Masirah Island during our Maritime Archaeological Survey of Oman (MASO).

Mother Language Day

Mother Language Day
22/02/2017

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Languages connect us. I’m grateful to have grown up multilingual and multicultural. It took me a while to fully embrace the importance of this when I was younger, but now I proudly celebrate being different. I’m proud of my Portuguese, English, Spanish, Egyptian, and Scottish influences and heritage. I may not have one place to call home, but calling the world my home is a great thing too!  Happy #MotherLanguageDay!

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Walk For Freedom

Stand and fight for FREEDOM.

Today was A21’s global campaign to #WalkForFreedom to raise awareness of the 27 million enslaved in human trafficking around the world. See more on how you can continue to support this cause on www.A21.org or email info@a21.org.

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Photo of me for Zoe Boomer’s Freedom Campaign with A21, taken by Hannah Burton.
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A21 stands for abolishing injustice in the 21st century.                                                       Anyone can join; everyone can make a difference.” www.A21.org

My first earthquake!

I felt my first earthquake this past Monday night, 25th Jan 2016!

According to Centro Sismológico Nacional it was of:

“Richter Magnitude 5, 61 Km NW of Valparaiso, Chile.”

Apparently these more moderate earthquakes are quite common and daily, though we only feel them if they are above a magnitude of 4.5. Just to give you a little background, Chile is on a subduction boundary, generated by the collision between the Nazca and South American tectonic plates (and bordering the Antartic plate). The most powerful and “largest recorded earthquake in the world” happened off the coast of Chile in 1960, with a magnitude of 9.5!!

Also, my South American friend told me you can download the ‘Quakewatch’ app to keep updated on earthquake activity around the world.