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Koh Ta Kiev

After being on Koh Ta Kiev for less than ten minutes we decided to extend our stay. Maybe it was the beach that showed no sign of any other human for miles. 582 more words



Ink is language’s mask.

Ink is the dress of victory.

Ink is my mistress.



Alcohol is highly welcomed in Sancian culture; especially in a social and ceremonial setting. 407 more words



February to April 2015. Kiev, Ukraine, Paris, France, Lviv, Ukraine.


Easter Sunday

It was Easter Sunday, yesterday, but of course that means nothing here.  We had managed to get hold of some hot cross buns from Marks and Spencer’s (flown in from the UK and still frozen in parts when we bought them) from their branch on People’s Square and I’d got hold of two small easter chocolates from the same shop when I had been in Hong Kong, so we did have a little bit of Easter in the morning.   1,073 more words

The Old French Concession

Cocktail Hour: Cherry Pop

Absinthe is the legendary spirit blamed for causing everything from tuberculosis to insanity among faithful drinkers during the 19th and 20th centuries, but now, it’s one of the trendiest (and safest) elixirs served at bars throughout the country – which is why a makeover is long overdue. 119 more words


One Year Later

It’s exactly a year since my life completely turned on its head. Max, the Poppa Bear of Hawksmoor Air Street, promised me 27 was all chocolate and champagne. 185 more words

Las Vegas