Category Archives: travel

  1. ‘We Refuse to be Enemies’ #3: Peacemakers in Palestine


    4 May 2015 by thaliakr

    'We refuse to be enemies.' Stone on a Palestinian Christian farm. Photograph by Chris Chamberlain. |

    A very warm welcome to guest poster Chris Chamberlain. Chris grew up in Timaru and West Auckland.  He has been …
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  2. ‘I shall try to do what is right’

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    29 September 2014 by thaliakr

    A Karen child in an Internally Displaced Persons camp |

    Just a little post prompted by a quote: Cry, the Beloved Country is one of my favourite and most formative …
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  3. Everyday Misogyny: What Air New Zealand Doesn’t Understand


    21 May 2014 by thaliakr

    The story starts here, if you want to read the three posts in order. Here’s the thing: we’re not saying …
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  4. Everyday Misogyny: What’s wrong with Air New Zealand’s Swimsuit Safety Video?


    1 March 2014 by thaliakr

    objectification of women, Air New Zealand's sexist safety video, everyday sexism, feminist parenting, #sexisminparadise, sexism in paradise, Advertising Standards Authority complaint process

    Update: I’ve been getting my complain on! For my early correspondence with Air New Zealand and the Advertising Standards Authority, …
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  5. Bon Voyage: 7 Secrets to Happy Flying with Babies and Toddlers


    15 January 2014 by thaliakr

    tips for flying with toddlers, Christian parenting, feminist parenting

    If you’re planning to fly with littlies soon, let me be the first to say ‘Bon voyage!’ You’re in for …
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  6. Turning 30


    3 December 2013 by thaliakr

    Turning thirty, turning 30, Christian parenting, feminist parenting, Christian singles

    I did not turn 30 recently. But my friend Nicola did! Nicola Burrows is a coffee-drinking, book-loving associate pastor, a …
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  7. What to do in Wellington: Gale Force Edition


    31 July 2013 by thaliakr

    We’ve just returned to Wellington after two months in the United Kingdom spending time with family and friends. One of …
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