Category Archives: Travels

Some People Stand In the Darkness

With time to kill on Agonda beach, I found myself fascinated by these Goan Lifeguards and their ramshackle setup. Here are a few snaps of them doing their thing, and showing off their hi-tech equipment, including floats and nose clips. … Continue reading

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BURSTING THE BUBBLE

“I need a dollar, dollar, dollar is what I need” Aloe Blacc With my departure from the Holy Land fast approaching at breakneck speed, a couple of days downtime off work has prompted a reflection on my whole experience here, … Continue reading

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THE HOLY LAND

Ein li eretz acheret – I have no other land – אין לי ארץ אחרת Ehud Manor A Jewish bin man proudly flying the Israeli flag Sat on the beach today in the sweltering heat, I tried to process my complex … Continue reading

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INDIA

“If there is one place on the face of the earth where all the dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days when man began the dream of existence, it is India.” Romain Rolland A … Continue reading

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A glimpse into every day North Korean life

To help you with your Sunday hangover, here’s another entry that’s easy on your minds! Just a sprinkling of words hidden between a wealth of snaps that depict everyday life in North Korea. I found a warm and friendly side … Continue reading

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The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

“Because its regime is one of the most loathsome in the world, there is a temptation to see every political development in North Korea as a precursor to the sort of instability that might one day lead to real change”. … Continue reading

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