Hell does exist - you can find it in a little place called Cradoc. You only need to book yourself into the regimented Nazism that is the very 'serious' working hostel to know what i'm talking about. Myself and many fellow international workers and friends found out the hard way that dictators do ...
Sometimes picking up hitchhikers can be a bad idea, especially if you thought the experience would match up to some romanticised novel that involved helping a blonde foreigner find her way 'home'. This thing was no blonde foreigner. In fact she didn't even have enough hair to determine what she w...
Trust: it's a curious thing. If he told you he was J Thompson, would you believe him? Who's to say he really is who he says he is?
(Genre of Travel, but if you feel that it would fit a different genre, then please don't hesitate to let me know; I was unsure as to which I should opt for!)
â€œI born on a ship sailing towards Trinidad,â€ â€œyou know what my parents named me on the boat?â€ asked the diminutive old lady in late seventies.
â€œUmm, no clue,â€ Juggernaut was perplexed.
â€œThat make sense...
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Need to know, if you're letting go,
it's alright x3
Didn't know, I was hurt-ing you so, it's alright x3
You came to me f rom nowhere, with nothing, and no one hold-tight x3
Goes to show, you never really know it's alright x3
This is just one of those lonley night
Good times Gonna c...
One of the most amazing things I discovered from Korea, is that Koreans sell their dreams. They do. If you have a really great dream, especially if itâ€™s about pigs, more pigs the better, you can wake up and sell that dream to the highest bidder. I am not kidding, ask a Korean. They respect...