Travel-diary: Dachau Concentration Camp, Munich

Exceedingly bright and cloudless summer day spent at Dachau, Germany’s longest running Jewish concentration camp Here we are at the gate, where 60,000 Jews entered but never left. (admittedly, we look a tad too happy for the solemnity, but it’s a tourist thing) To be honest it could be a lovely walk in the parkContinue reading “Travel-diary: Dachau Concentration Camp, Munich”

too close for comfort

Bangkok Jam and World War Z to celebrate Enkee’s post-23rd (somehow silly me forgot to take Joyce again…) Happy ten-years of friendship ENQI NYGH wouldn’t have been the same if we’ve never met; we would have missed out on hiding and talking under the covers of our blue high school jackets (which we NEVER tookContinue reading “too close for comfort”

we lived through a lifetime and the aftermath

For someone who’s a firm believer in New Year Resolutions, I’m not entirely convinced of its life-changing capabilities. Once in a while I look back upon my annual mandate, written with fervent excitement over the promise of a brand new year… “2011….I will make more friends, smile too often, take too many bad polaroids, goContinue reading “we lived through a lifetime and the aftermath”

167. firearms and vicious cycles

Was just talking to Angela about catastrophes and the world ending even without incurring the wrath of Mother Nature. With a little less hate, violence, cruelty, viciousness, backstabbing, lies and treachery, the world would probably be less suffocating. Just plain sad that parents in the States have to live in constant fear of their kidsContinue reading “167. firearms and vicious cycles”