Monmouth

Monmouth

I used to think that coffee shops were boring.  As it is becoming increasingly common as I mature, I was proved wrong. I have learnt that sitting in a coffee shop, you can observe many interesting things.  You might see the parade of people hurrying […]

Jordon, Wadi Rum and Petra

Jordon, Wadi Rum and Petra

I used to like deserts.  I still like desserts. When I was a kid, I loved sand.  It seemed to be the greatest thing in the world.  Something I could shape and mould into anything I wanted.  Although, after a few hours, this would get […]

Petite Coree

Petite Coree

Brunch seems to be a pivotal part of the weekend ritual.  To a brunch heathen like me, it seemed nonsensical that its absence bespoke a critical defect in humanity. Seemingly excessive inebriation, bodily harm or extreme extrusion of liquids were not justifiable reasons to miss […]

Jerusalem, the Western Wall, Beit Shean,the stations of the cross and Mount Nebo

Jerusalem, the Western Wall, Beit Shean,the stations of the cross and Mount Nebo

We found it fascinating to see so many armed soldiers around.  Especially with particularly youthful looks!  So much so, that the most gregarious member of our group just had to take a photo with them.  They were nice and didn’t shoot him. We then visited […]

Chakra Riverside

Chakra Riverside

This is a nice area, must have lots of discerning, sophisticated people here.  At least this is how Kingston beckoned to me when I got off the train.  A particularly refined area of London.  I thought that it must be a nice area to live […]