Spending time looking at the map is important. What’s more important? A good map and some trusty locals. Especially on your official first big day trecking around a city. 315 more words
4 hours, 11 minutes
It had been a while since I had visited this beautiful and crazy city, and I can’t deny, the sights, the sounds, the vibrations slapped me in the face like a tortoise on a treadmill. 207 more words
19 hours, 47 minutes
PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS
Below are two photos of a small triangular area with benches on it. It is not far from where we live.
One side of it borders the Queens boulevard with three lanes of traffic, two others – side streets’ traffic lanes. 101 more words
1 day, 15 hours
The Village Hag
Not much of a sports fan but I do like to watch soccer games every now and then. Not much happening on this particular night but the lights from the buildings behind looks spectacular from this angle.
A Dancer's Live-It
Hello friends!! :) I hope you’re having a lovely Tuesday so far.
True that, it’s good to be alive! We’re getting through! 931 more words
1 week, 2 days
by Ken Jorgustin, Modern Survival Blog:
The issue of survival in a big city following a major disaster is a serious one. In 1800, only 3 % of the world’s population lived in cities. 290 more words
Alona's Creative Toolbox
Razzmatazz – n 1: a confusing or colorful often gaudy action or display: razzle-dazzle 2: inflated, involved, and often deliberately ambiguous language
Uncle Fred glared at me. 264 more words