Today, as I was visiting the world’s largest collection of mazes, Tasmazia (including a replica of the Hampton Court maze), … Continue reading Mount Roland
During one of my walks I finally spotted a group of Tasmanian bears, an until now unknown species. The Tasmanian … Continue reading Tasmanian Bears spotted
Many people pretend everything ends with the death of the body. On the outside, it certainly looks that way. Is … Continue reading Time to abolish All Saints Day?
The 31st of October 1517 is seen as the start of the Protestant Reformation. To reflect on the lives of … Continue reading The Protestant Reformation of 1517
Clarendon House was built from the 1820’s and finished in 1838 for the wealthy wool grower and merchant, James Cox, … Continue reading Clarendon House
Did Pope John-Paul II EVER deliver the speech on Evolution before the Pontifical Academy of Science that was attributed to … Continue reading Did Modernist Lobby pressure Pope JP2 into Pro-Evolution Speech that he never gave or signed?
As part of the spring holidays we visited one of the oldest important Tasmanian residences, Franklin House in Youngtown. This … Continue reading Franklin House, Tasmania