Thumbs up to New York City’s department of Environmental Protection, as it has suggested recently that it plans to turn the city’s waste and sewage into a source of renewable energy.Continue reading
In a world where in a year we produce more than 200 billion PET bottles, only recycle 5%, and see the rest flow into our rivers and oceans – this amazing technique is an absolute necessity.
PET Bottle + Dirt & Rubble = BRICKContinue reading
This past year at Burningman Metropolis 2010, we were lucky enough to camp with the Villains camp at Lair of the Lurking, on 7:30 & Esplanade….right smack in the middle of all the action! The centerpiece of our camp was a giant maze made from scrap metal taken from an old barn in Missouri.Continue reading
In 2009, a friend and I decided that rather than drive up to San Francisco’s Valentine’s Day Pillow Fight, we would just create our own. We set up the event on Facebook and Couchsurfing with no idea if anything would happen. Imagine our surprise when over 100 people showed up for the fight!Continue reading
If you are looking for a fun outdoors getaway close to the border, this place is perfect. It is excellent for rock climbing, rappelling and hiking; and in the rainy season you can view a spectacular +100ft. waterfall. You can even bring your dog along! For video of our trip to the waterfall check out our YouTube Channel!Continue reading
Here are a few haiku about Burningman I jotted down on my way down the coast after the 09 Burn! Burningman Evolution was an amazing virgin burn! Please feel free to comment and share!Continue reading
the Couchsurfing San Diego City Ambassadors By Rosa Jurjevics | Published Wednesday, May 6, 2009 – San Diego Reader “Don’t,” says my stepmother. “I wouldn’t do that, if I were you.” Her voice is tinny through the speakers of my cell phone. “Why not?” I ask. She pauses, considering. “The whole thing just sounds…dangerous,” she says. “I mean, staying in strangers’ …Continue reading