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Does 'One Night in Bangkok Make a Hard Man Humble?'

I abruptly wake, confused and disoriented as my late-night Jetstar flight hits the Bangkok runway with force before thrusting to a stop. I stare out the window that rapidly fogs up in the Bangkok humidity under the orange tarmac lights. 542 more words


Travel Photo of the Day: Indian Temple Sunset

The cows come home, gathering around an ancient South Indian temple as the orange haze of an Indian afternoon fades on the bustling streets of Chennai.


Travel Photo of the Day: Great Wall of China

The endless Great Wall of china stretches along the razor edged mountain tops, like a giant dragon sunning its slender body atop China’s mountain ranges for as far as the eye can see.


Delusions of 'Normality' Suppress Our Feelings

Yesterday I wrote an article about my not-so-pleasant experience working at Apple. To say that it has gone viral is a wild understatement. However rather than go in to more details about the negativity I felt at Apple or the details, I wanted to write about what the last 24 hours has been like before finally moving on to writing my usual articles of a much more positive nature. 931 more words


Yarmouk Camp Between The Hunger Hammer and The Extremism Anvil

This Post was originally written for Global Voices

After almost 2 years of siege, crisis in the Yarmouk Palestinian refugees camp in Syria worsened since ISIS invasion… 723 more words


I Quit: What Really Goes on at Apple

Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking.

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Top Photos from Around the World

Well, It’s been 5 years since I began publishing my blogs an photography. How time flies. In those 5 years I’ve travelled the globe several times over and had countless unique and amazing travel experiences. 619 more words