And so here it is. Distance. Continue reading distance
on books, capital exploits, and loneliness Continue reading une année sans lumière?
small but perfectly formed. This is actually sort of a three part review, because I have had Wholly Bagels & Pizza thrice since my arrival. Oops. But I’ll focus on the first time, which was the best experience. Cuba Mall is probably my favourite of the branches that I’ve visited, and the coffee was on point – long blacks are always a good way of gauging an establishment’s coffee-concocting abilities, since it’s coffee sans any flourishes. Short blacks would be similarly useful, I imagine, but their potency is just a little much for me to handle. My mum assures me … Continue reading wholly bagels & pizza – a review on the fly
Kia ora, readers! Before I forget to mention it, I first need to mention I HAVE A REAL PROPER WEBSITE. http://www.rawlibrary.co.nz. Please do check it out. Rest assured, this is still where the blogging shall happen. It has been a bit of a lull, I know – I’ve had intermittent internet coverage, and all sorts of things on my plate. But today, I have set up camp in the lovely Wellington Central Library, and am mooching off the half hour of free internet before I succumb to paying for more. February 2nd – the day I move into my flat … Continue reading This Wellingtonian Life™ (not actually trademarked) – in which I talk about many things, including serendipity, words and coffee
some people feel entitled to bucketfuls of glory but perhaps they do share and share alike and the splendor spills over and is felt and owned by all and again it rises and is captured by creatures of many colours faces walks of life dreams and together they inhabit this place perhaps sitting on an upturned bucket Continue reading on the streets of another place (3/4)