Posts Tagged ‘europe’
I and my significant one are planing a trip to South Korea on 30 January untill 9 February next year (2013). Although 10 days may seem like a short time to discover South Korea entirely, we’ll try to make it possible. Anyway, what we’re really looking for is, something relax on the fast travel pace. Both of us enjoy scenic views, ancient temples, rural community and friendly local scene, and as many of you, we do not have endless funds. Read the rest of this entry »
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This “good city” is depicted as being governed by philosopher-kings; disinterested persons who rule not for their personal enjoyment but for the good of the city-state (Polis) – Socrates
It has turned out fortunate for me to-day that destiny appointed Braunau-on-the-Inn to be my birthplace. For that little town is situated just on the frontier between those two States the reunion of which seems, at least to us of the younger generation, a task to which we should devote our lives and in the pursuit of which every possible means should be employed. Read the rest of this entry »
Mrs.Evans fach, you want butter again.
How will you pay for it now, little woman
With your husband out on strike, and full
Of the fiery language? Ay, I know him,
His head is full of fire and brimstone
And a lot of palaver about communism,
And me, little Dan the Grocer
Depending so much on private enterprise.
What, depending on the miners and their
Money too? O yes, in a way, Mrs. Evans,
Come tomorrow, little woman, and I’ll tell you then
What I have decided overnight.
Go home now and tell that rash red husband of yours
That your grocer cannot afford to go on strike
Or what would happen to the butter from Carmarthen?
Good day for now, Mrs.Evans fach.
Idris Davies ( 1905 – 1953)
‘ We want this people to be hard, not soft, and you must steel yourselves for it in your youth’ - Triumph of the Will
From German Sieg (“victory”) + Heil (“hail”) Read the rest of this entry »
The clip was taken around the glorious and famous Colosseum, Rome.
Who with me: Goska (PL)
I’m not in the mood of writing at the moment. We’ll see what happens as time goes on, I’ll update the related story to this post, later. Have a great weekend people. Read the rest of this entry »
I went to Ljubljana by train from Mestre (nearby Venice). The journey took about 4 hours before arrived in Ljubljana at 2030.
While walking through a busy street and looking at the map, I’m approached by one Chilean traveler asked me about which hostel do I stay, in Chilean Spanish. Too bad I can’t pick any fancy spanish but replied him in English. Read the rest of this entry »
No doubt, there are more than 10 articles that really worthy, but I simply pick randomly from my read blogs list, subsequently based on their valid and interesting point . A great story often makes us think and feel their moment, especially something beyond our experience and understanding. Check out the articles by clicking the link below. Read the rest of this entry »
I enjoyed the morning walk in both Buda and Pest, even though it was freezing cold, and windy. The people and scenery really does help to warm me up and made every single day filled with good moments. Read the rest of this entry »
This footage clips was taken around Poznan Old Market Square in Poland. I was informed by a good friend, Katarzyna that at 12 o’clock sharp, there will be 2 angry goats butting show at the doors under the clock at Poznań Town Hall. The goats hammered each other’s head twelve times then retracted back into the doors. Read the rest of this entry »