Link Trawl! Trans-continental Chill, Stylish Scarves and More…

Amazing music of the day! Check out the The Touré-Raichel Collective’s Tel Aviv Session. There’s nothing more incredible than music that finds companionship across oceans (I’m thinking of the Afro-Celt Sound System here…) and my dear friend Alidatjie, with her unerring eye for anything stylish, put me onto the hypnotic sound of the Touré-Raichel Collective, which combines the talents of Israeli Idan Raichel and Malian guitarist Vieux Farka Touré. Could you get any more awesome?

Next, with spring around the corner, here are some really cool and creative ways to wear scarves. I personally have… a very, very large number of scarves in a huge range of styles, and I think they are awesome. Because wearing a piece of coloured cloth for purely decorative purposes is something everyone should try more often.

Breakfacts of the world! I stumbled upon this link showing a bunch of different world breakfasts. I didn’t think I’d find it interesting but I ended up actually reading the whole thing. Maybe, if you’re an ALT like me, you want to bookmark it for that pesky elementary school lesson on breakfasts of the world. Plus I’ve always wondered what they eat for breakfast in Mongolia.

And finally, I love graffiti, especially when it’s irreverent, witty and not in my city or on my property. Curiosities is generally pretty interesting, but I want to highlight this post about graffiti, which made me laugh until I cried. I love it when people have a sense of humour.


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  1. Pingback: My Sunday for a Song! Ali Farka Touré & Toumani Diabaté – “Debe” | peoplelikeyourselves

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