10 articles worth reading on my sunday

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.  Continue reading “10 articles worth reading on my sunday”


Morning walk in Budapest, Hungary

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.   Continue reading “Morning walk in Budapest, Hungary”

Two Angry Goats at Poznań Town Hall, Poland

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. Continue reading “Two Angry Goats at Poznań Town Hall, Poland”

Stop making stupid mistakes, Ryanair not so bad after all

Ryanair Boeing 737-800 At Manchester International Airport (wikipedia)

I like to further my discussion with friend regards to his FB post about ‘Ryanair being the worst airline experience’ quoted from unmentioned site.

My take on this, labelling game is lame but something that I can kind of agree with, considering it’s not just a myth.

Worst airline experience? before continue that, one need to understand the very simple facts of buying rules: You’ll get what you pay for. Hence, don’t expect too much and you won’t be disappointed. If you can’t comprehend this simple facts properly, either you are not so adventurous type or simply stupid. Continue reading “Stop making stupid mistakes, Ryanair not so bad after all”

‘Sayonara Bolivia!’ – McDonald

McDonald’s leaves Bolivia healthier forever!  -After 14 years of presence in the country, and despite all the existing campaigns and having a network, the chain was forced to close the eight restaurants that remained open in the three main cities: La Paz, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz de la Sierra. Continue reading “‘Sayonara Bolivia!’ – McDonald”