Three continents -Twenty countries Rebecca Lowe's
Bicycle Blog to the Middle East- update
Bregovi, Serbia to Tran, Bulgaria
Total miles cycled: 1,650 (2,655km)
Thigh status: Rubenesque
Turkmenbashi’s Land of Fairy Tales
I got lost on my way to the land of fairy tales. I had confidently followed the road to the Promised Land, only to find that it led to ruins.
The Constitution of Pylyp Orlyk
The first democratic constitution in the world -
One may claim that the modern history of a nation begins with its constitution.
The Cook Islands, Raratonga, Tahiti & Aitutaki
The Island’s prime function served as a canoe stop on the way to New Zealand
Trump - America's Mussolini?
Fred C Wilson
'In politics stupidity is not a handicap.'
Prince Rogers Nelson - 1958-2016
During the most prolific musical period of my life, my early twenties, when I wrote and played music for a living, more or less, there was only one artist that mattered; Prince Rogers Nelson.
Jordan Islamists and the precipice
The current tensions between the government and the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan is clearly rising to the boil with no end in sight
Playing Statues in Spain
Spain is still immersed in its own political mayhem trying to sort out a new government after the debacle of elections in December of last year.
The Great Republican Lie on Abortion + Readers Responses
if I were a woman in no way, shape or form would I ever support a major political party that stands by the concept of allowing the government to manipulate my insides. Ever.
The Psychology of the Fear of Flying and How to Overcome It
If you are afraid of flying, avoiding taking a flight is the worst thing that you can do. Learn why that is true and identify ways to confront the underlying cause of your anxiety.
Panamik – Nature’s own spa
After spending three weeks at Leh, I came to know about the sulphur springs at Panamik, which offered miraculous cures for arthritis, digestive ailments and skin diseases.
Beware Of Toasters, They’re Going To Get You... - Joe Swain
The first time I took a hammer to a machine, it was one of those big Xerox photocopiers with an A3-sized glass slab under its hood and an attitude to suit.
The Three C’s
The three C’s I have in mind stand for capitalism, competition and corporation, or more correctly, corporatism.
Math- It's a numbers game
But why make it compulsory?