Friday, 18 February 2011

Walkabout in Down Under

Every male Aboriginal reaches a point in their lives, generally during the adolescence, when they feel the need to go away for a couple of months, generally six or so, to think about the meaning of live and to learn the songs from their ancestors with the teachings of their culture. Also, Walkabout are a chain of Australian pubs in the UK where people usually lose the cameras, wallets, bags, t-shirts and dignity.

My walkabout, since I think I will never stop being an male Aboriginal adolescent, it's about thinking over casual things in daily live with the perspective of someone who is traveling.

Down Under is simply a colloquial way to call Australia and New Zeland as these countries are always presented from an European perspective as if they were really upside down.

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