Adventure · Books · Catharsis · Novelista

♛ Scarlet Carousel | Prologue I

{Prologue I} Reina Yamaguchi's 1999Nagoya If you believed that babies are born with no conscious memories - as blank as a paper, then children can be trained to be fearless, or conditioned to fear anything. Parents often warn their kids by injecting elements of horror. Headless ghouls, the boogeyman, killer clowns and strangers who offer… Continue reading ♛ Scarlet Carousel | Prologue I

San Francisco · Travel · USA

President’s Day at Pier 39, San Francisco

Day after we touched down on San Francisco was the United States' President's Day on February 17th. We took a tram from Parc 55 Wyndham Hotel to Pier 39 aka Fishermen's Wharf, which was mad crowded. That island on the other side in the picture below, by the way, is Alcatraz! We were just in time to catch Tulipmania! PIER 39… Continue reading President’s Day at Pier 39, San Francisco

Adventure · Pictures · San Francisco · Travel · USA

For the Love of Music

Inspired by LP Cover Lover, an amazing site containing the world's greatest collection of record album covers from the golden age of LPs, I checked out Amoeba Music on my recent trip to San Francisco. Occupying a 24,000 square foot former bowling alley on the eccentric Haight-Ashbury district, Amoeba Music is the world's largest independent… Continue reading For the Love of Music

Adventure · Café · Europe · Landscape · Milan · My life · Travel

Travel-diary: Milano (1)

Hell yeah we conquered Duomo di Milano With the incredible backdrop, touristy shots are absolutely pardonable Sad Mickey Mouse is sad... along the crowded street in the summer heat, busking in his thick costume My continued Gelato-Frenzy in Italy...how could anyone resist names like Nutella and Pistachio-Banana or Hazelnut Praline Cookies? Most incredible thing we… Continue reading Travel-diary: Milano (1)

Books · Quote of the Day

A Hat Full of Sky

“Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.” ― Terry Pratchett, A Hat Full of Sky