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Pursuit of Happiness

(This is media release from RedBalloon ) Is it really that bad? Yeah I don’t think it’s really that bad If you only think of things that you haven’t got You could have it all and still never have enough So don’t worry (don’t worry), be happy (be happy) This is part of a  song … Continue reading

Jumping Croc, only at Top End

It was a wonderful and sunny day in Darwin .and perfect for Adelaide River Jumping Crocodiles tours. Last week, I met Casey from Darwin Day tours for a fun and exciting adventures down to the Adelaide river, courtesy by Mr Simon Pattinson, Crowne Plaza Darwin Guest Service Experience Manager. She picked me up at Crowne … Continue reading

Welcome to Darwin:)

More than three month since my last blog writes up. I’ve been busy with my works and different social media gathering such as Social Media Club Wellington, among others. WELCOME WELCOME WELCOME to my new and old readers. Cross my Heart:) I’ll try to write every week or twice a week about what’s happening around my place. … Continue reading

Rock a bye baby

I was at the office when I felt the 7.0 magnitude earthquake last night. I though it was only a gusty winds but later it was confirmed by Geonet it was an earthquake. It was centered  230km deep and was 60km south of the Taranaki town of Opunake or 170km north- west of Wellington. The first quake … Continue reading

New Zealand takes fourth place globally as best place to be mother

New Zealand ranks fourth in the world as the best place to be a mother according to Save the Children’s 13th State of the World’s Mothers report. Niger ranks at the very bottom. The ranking, which compares 165 countries around the world, looks at factors such as a mother’s health, education and economic status, as … Continue reading

Science rapper returns to science festival

Award-winning Stanford (USA) science rapper and biologist, Tom McFadden aka The Rhymebosome makes a return to this year’s eighth New Zealand International Science Festival after his debut in 2010. As part of the festival’s science idol competition Tom will be visiting and performing at schools with a New Zealand tour in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and … Continue reading