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Posts Tagged ‘Travel’

Six-Word Search: “Away”

Monday, July 30th, 2012

Summer is the time to get away: from work, school, or even ourselves. Yet even the summer eventually fades and passes. People we love move on and drift far away. Soon September is here, and we’re back to running away from responsibilities before everything we’ve gotten away with catches up to us. These SMITH [...]

Update: Where in the World is “miandering”?

Friday, June 12th, 2009

SMITH community member miandering continues her global trek, detailing her path (”Senmonorom. Sanctuary for elephants. And me”), impressions (”Phnom Penh. Caution: No traffic laws”), experiences (”Teaching teenage girls challenging, exhausting, rewarding”), and travails (”Visa expired again. Another Vietnam border-run”), in a series of six-word memoirs, many with accompanying images. Then there’s my personal favorite: “No [...]

A Travel Diary, Six Words at a Time

Wednesday, February 4th, 2009

SMITH community member who goes by the name Miandering is taking six-word memoirs across the world, writing a new one with every country she visits—greeting the likes of Thailand with these six words: “Sticky rice at every meal. Yum.”
Like so many of the six-word memoirs, her bite-sized dispatches reflect a rollercoaster ride of emotions [...]

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