From Our Contributors: Week of May 28

Our contributors have updated their personal blogs. Go have a look!

Hydrangea garden in Japan

Mike, our contributor from Japan, published a photo essay on a lovely hydrangea garden: Treasure in a Flower Garden: A Photo Essay

There is a village on the Motobu Peninsula of Okinawa, Japan called Izumi. Today Doc Graff and I went to check out the Hydrangea flowers.

Anu, our contributor from India, visited a miniature railway museum in Pune (Maharashtra, India).

My fascination with model railways goes back a long way. From the time I read in books about people setting up their own model railways in their lofts to when I grew older and heard of actual miniature villages with working models of trains running through them. Unfortunately, the nearest I could get to a miniature train was one going round and round in a track.

Aledys Ver, our contributor from the Netherlands, writes about how to go about getting your ice-cream in the Netherlands.

After nine years of living in the Netherlands you would think that by now, I have seen the country from top to bottom and been to every possible corner – it is quite a small country, after all.

Liz, our contributor from Australia, writes about two must-see movies set in Asia.

Because Asia is a place so close to my heart I’m a sucker for any show, movie, book, blog or anything set in my favourite continent. So I was pretty excited when I found out about Wish You Were Here, an Australian-made movie partially filmed in Cambodia (specifically, Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville)

Ana, contributing editor from Argentina, lists a few things to do in Buenos Aires for free.

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Ana Astri-O'Reilly
Ana Astri-O’Reilly is from Argentina, where she lived until five years ago. She currently lives in Dallas, USA with her British husband, but they move a lot. Previously a translator and English and Spanish teacher, Ana first started writing to share her experiences and adventures with friends and family. She speaks Spanish, English and a smattering of Portuguese.
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