By all accounts, it was a brief trip. Even Charles Dickens would have said “It was the briefest of trips, it was the longest of … hell, who are we kidding. It was a short trip.” Leading travel writers would be quick to declare that spending two days in Singapore...
“I ducked and dodged like a veteran soldier trapped behind enemy lines, not that I’m saying veteran soldiers restrict themselves to ducking and dodging when they are behind enemy lines. I’m sure they find nobler pursuits to follow. But ducking and dodging seemed pretty much all I could do.”from - In constant peril…, read the full article...
GTFO, 2016. And close the door behind you. | The Blah Blahs and the Yada Yadas says:
Dennis Levin says:
- anecdotes attack auto bangalore cochin crazy diet embarrassing fat fight fly flying friends fun funny god hair history humor joke lazy learn love marriage mess mix mom movie moving music news personal experience rain research review rick shopping sleep social commentary tradition traffic travel trip wedding work
- Your favorites will be here.
Follow me on Bloglovin’
Ye olde posts
Follow me on TwitterMy Tweets