The noise made in ones head
- Hanguk what?I’m a late bloomer when it comes to Hanguk or Kdramas. I’ve only just finished Goblin and Descendants of the Sun and now I know what the hype is all about. It’s now my guilty pleasure. Like a gelato sandwich in the middle of the night; calories will forever be stuck on your thighs. FunnyContinue reading “Hanguk what?”
- Japan Dream: Fare and AccommodationsI had to start somewhere. And to start things off, I got myself plane tickets to Japan. Considering current events as of this writing, most would think it’s not the right time to be buying travel tickets and accommodations. It was a calculated risk on my part, meaning I bought tickets and accommodations I canContinue reading “Japan Dream: Fare and Accommodations”
- (My ultimate) Things to bring when traveling abroad… and this time to Japan. Packing smart is paramount to enjoying your travels. Building a list helps avoid the nightmare of forgetting your essentials and bringing unnecessary clothes for imaginary events. One also gets to plan how much luggage space is left for your coveted souvenirs. This is a DIY trip for me soContinue reading “(My ultimate) Things to bring when traveling abroad”
Diver’s (experience) log
“I can’t quite explain it, but the peace and freedom from the weightlessness [of diving] is what draws me to it.“ – runjeanrun
I’ve been freediving for three years. While I’ve yet to chart a personal notable depth, I’m happy with what I can do with each breath-hold I take.
This is my Japan 14-day itinerary — when I finally get to take it
When you are in your narcy-mode, you write
The Tale of He
Prologue: The End Of Peace
Because I could not stop for Death —
He kindly stopped for me —
The Carriage held but just Ourselves —
… Not quite sure where or how, but I’m falling. I should be scared I know and I never should invite such thoughts. It was ridiculous but putting my mind the right side up was hardly helpful. I would not survive a day. I heard them laughing from a distance, my friends, who knew nothing of my storms. Knew nothing of my fear. But listen I did, as I looked into the sky and allowed it to clear my head he approached …
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