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Full Name: lynette hinings-marshall
Timezone: Australia/Melbourne
Website: http://lynettehiningsmarshall.com
Biography: On my first overseas trip at 19 with my best friend I said, "sure, that'd be great" when two Americans we were travelling with through Laos asked if they could drop us at Bangkok Airport. By day's end I was deported to Rangoon and my friend to Colombo. We didn't know we needed a visa to enter the Bangkok airport after landing in a private plane. When I eventually found my own way home I realised how exciting a life spent travelling could be and have travelled overseas every year since. I have had twelve travel articles published and hold a Masters of Arts (Writing & Literature). I am currently a PhD student researching narrative identity in female expatriates as I have lived in about ten countries, the most recent being two years in Denmark.

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She sobs, walks in a wallowing of bowed head. Her pace is steady. Purposeful. She forces him to walk in front of her, so he’s walking backwards while ...
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Stephen Evans The Problem
04 June 2020
I think the rare and precious revolutions of human thought happen this way - Buddha, Plato, Kant, Ei...
Rosy Cole The Problem
03 June 2020
Am somewhat bemused by how this can be validated or proven.
Monika Schott PhD Quiet strength
02 June 2020
Rich in experience too.
Stephen Evans Quiet strength
25 May 2020
"Acceptance of the polarity of life" -a phrase rich in meaning.
Stephen Evans That kid
25 May 2020
So charming.