Visiting Myanmar is like 2 lovers running into each other again years after the relationship ended on good terms. There’s a strong sensation of familiarity that takes a moment to place where you experienced it before. Then, a gentle pull on your senses and you’re tumbling through a collection of real memories infused with make-believe. That is Myanmar.
Reservoir Dogs, directed in the 1990’s by Quentin Tarantino, was a game changer for me when it came to movies. The disjointed timeline style had me so captivated that as soon as the film ended I went out and bought another ticket to the next showing. For a teenager with not m
When I lived in Madrid, Spain years ago I used to have a point and shoot camera. Smartphone cameras have made them almost obsolete now, but then, the investment was worth it. My first year living in Berlin I forgot it at the Sony Center Original Version cinema and never saw it again. Pretty standard result for cameras I've had. One was stolen in Costa Rica, another left in a black cab in London an
This is not a typical travel blog. If you are expecting to find a list of hotels or restaurants to visit, this isn't the place. I figure TripAdvisor or Booking.com can give you a wider selection and in-depth reviews. I also don't want to visit every single country on the planet. I have a lot of respect for people who want to do that. While accomplishing that would be an impressive feat, I wouldn'