My grade 12 English teacher once indicated that my writing was like a white water rafting adventure instead of a smooth paddle on a calm lake. I didn’t see anything wrong with that. I still don’t.
About Alphabet Soup:
It’s a love affair with Africa, about here and there, and the spaces in between. It’s the exploration of physical landscapes and the emotional geography that unfolds the map in new directions each day. Oblivious to elevation, time zones and temperature, the questions that arise in those journeys become answers here, in the company of words.
• Alphabet Soup is most frequently visited by women 25-34 who have no children, have received some college education and browse this site from home
• Most visitors are from the US, followed closely by Canada, Australia and 1.75% in Guam!
Top Trending Posts of Alphabet Soup in 2011:
(also known as Jules Torti’s niche & key subject authority)
a) Volunteering in Uganda, the Congo and Costa Rica
b) How to eat camel, piranha, termites, grasshoppers, goat testicles, guinea pig and beer made with oyster juice and peppercorns
c) Most Unusual Places to Sleep in the World (ice hotels, jungle huts, desert, Masai villages)
d) Posh spas, quirky massage treatments and alternative health care
e) Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey
f) Chimpanzees, The Galapagos Islands, golden retrievers, Northern Exposure, microbrew beers, Meryl Streep movies, travel lit, Jann Arden lyrics, blue footed boobies and sometimes Sasquatch
Trending topics for 2012?
#Belize, #red-footed boobies, #duck poutine pizza, #Madagascar, #Madison Violet, #tracking my sister’s 4 month trek across Central America, #Marnie McBean’s new book, #finding deep fried poached eggs, #Burning Kiln Winery, #chimps, #Sukho Thai, #Cornell Orinthology Program?, #much, much of the unknown more!
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