The Extraordinary Tourist

Blog URL:http://theextraordinarytourist.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:art, travel, entertainment, life, humor, movies, technology, opinion, cats
Country:Australia
State/Province:South Australia
Location:Gawler

The personal blog of South Australian artist TET. Blogging about art, places, technology, life, entertainment, humor and more.



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I am not a huge fan of vertical videos because they are reduced down when played in a standard horizontal format player, so it can be hard to see the detail. Usually vertical videos have black blocks on either side. It feels a lot like your watching...

Stephen Ray Ozanich's book, The Great Pain Deception: Faulty Medical Advice Is Making Us Worse is one of the few books that can be described as life changing for many people who've read it.If you've struggled with any kind of long term/chronic pain t...

Solo - A Star Wars Story is one of those prequel movies you could watch prior to seeing Episode IV, A New Hope (if you're one of the few who've never seen the original trilogy) and it would fit right in. In fact, you'd probably enjoy Solo a lot more...

Jimmy Barnes, Working Class Man Book TourThebarton Theatre, 10 June 2018.Photo: K. Allen.Jimmy Barnes is a singer/song writer many Aussies have grown up with. He's from that generation of seventies and eighties Aussie rock that grew out of the Austra...

Deadpool 2 is a fun black comedy on par with the first film. Right now I can't really say one is better than the other but I can say they're equally as good.Before seeing Deadpool 2 I watched the first movie. My take is, if you do like the first one...

The Mintaro Maze is a garden hedge maze that was originally planted by the Morris family in 1995.How complex you find it will depend on how good your sense of direction is. It's not the largest of mazes but it is big enough to disorientate and have y...

Ten years in the making and Marvel finally releases part one of the Avengers versus Thanos, A.K.A. Avengers: Infinity War.After seeing all 18 films in the MCU prior to this, and liking most of them, I was pretty confident this movie would not disappo...