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Journal of a reluctant traveller

Ever since I can remember, we’ve always been travelling somewhere or the other. No bar on the various modes of transport. My mother tells me we went to Germany by Ferry when I was three months old and as a child I can remember taking numerous flights as an ‘unaccompanied minor’ and enjoying all the perks that came with travelling in the company of some of the most beautiful women in the world. 570 more words

Frankie Valli: 81 Years Old And Still Entertaining

I was watching Frankie Valli being interviewed on The Big Interview by Dan Rather, and was saddened to know,  that he had lost two children in a short time period. 524 more words


Çukurcuma & The Museum Of Innocence

If you walk down Istiklal street in Istanbul and take a left down a nondescript side street littered with kebab shops and hookah bars, your feet will eventually take you down a steep gully where ten story apartment buildings tower above you. 390 more words


Is Digital Photography Killing Nostalgia?

The digital revolution comes with it’s advantages. For better or worse, files, photos and home movies of your children being the cutest thing ever are now easier to share with your friends and family than ever before. 943 more words


Uno sempre vuelve a los viejos sitios donde amó a la vida

Eso dicen, o al menos es dijo alguien una vez… Hace mucho tiempo no me sentaba a escribir. Creo que la rutina de la vida me hizo pensar que ni siquiera tenía tiempo para esto. 538 more words

Happy 35th birthday, Pac-Man!

Pac-Man, the biggest arcade game of all time, turns 35 today,” Chris Kohler reports for Wired.

“Released by the Japanese company Namco on May 22, 1980, … 330 more words