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Uluru Ayers Rock Australia Outback

An Introduction to Australia’s Outback

Australia’s outback is a curious place. Any length of a walk along the fiery red earth will stain your toes a copper orange. People will warn you that beyond your line of sight are fearsome creatures such as spiders, snakes, dingoes, and crocodiles hiding in the bushes in some remote landscape. In my few weeks of exploring, no fearsome creatures were met, unless you count the kangaroos and wallabies with an affinity for darting in front of cars.

Uluru Ayers Rock Australia Outback

Uluru is also known as Ayers Rock, and is probably Australia’s most recognized landmark. It is 3.6 kilometres long and 1.9 kilometres wide.

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Without Masks exhibit UBC Museum of Anthropology Vancouver

MOA Journeys: In-depth Cultural and Art Tours

For the art lovers and those exceptionally curious about cultural encounters, we’ve teamed up with Vancouver’s University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology (UBC MOA) to curate unique cultural and art tours that coincide with their exhibits.

Without Masks exhibit UBC Museum of Anthropology Vancouver

These photos are part of the Without Masks Exhibit at the University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology. The exhibit was an exploration of contemporary Afro-Cuban art.
Source: www.moa.ubc.ca

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