Of the 53 countries I’ve traveled to, thus far, I can say without hesitation that India has been the most interesting. It was, from the moment I crossed the border from Nepal by foot, an assault on the senses in both good and bad ways. The food, the running riot
The other day I walked groin first into a poll while touring around Prague's Old Town. Sadly, this was not the result of me staring up at all the beautiful architecture in what I consider to be the most beautiful man-made city in the world. It happened because my eyes
One of the last things I did before publishing my book, Stranger in a Stranger Land: My Six Years in Korea, was work on the dedication section, not that the many people who I wanted to thank and acknowledge hadn’t been on my mind the whole time. I guess I
Happy 4/20 Everybody. Enjoy! Like, share, Tweet, Retweet, etcetera, words.
1. TRANSLATIONS of the week
2. YOUR BRAIN ON DRUGS of the week
3. MONK VILLAGE of the week (Sertar, China)
4. DOLLS of the week
5. RANDOM of the week
I had the flu last week. Too sick to find things on the Internet. BUT....I found me some last week. Here they be!:
1. GHETTO PICS of the week
2. JAPAN GIFS of the week
3. MUSIC VIDEO of the week
4. BABY PRODUCTS of the week
5. BABY VIDEO of the week
THERE IS ONLY TIME TO LOOK AT THIS STUFF BELOW.
1. GIF of the week, month, year, EVER!
2. ANOTHER GOOD GIF of the week
3. VIDEO of the week
This has over 5 million views in under a week. Deservedly so....
4. NATURE QUOTES of the week
Guy writes down things urban kids say
It's March! Winter is almost over. OR IS IT?! We may never know. Here are some things I found on the world wide web recently. If you like it, like and share on Facebook, Twitters and all those other sites that people use to share things.
1. PIE CHARTS of the
I, Sanjay, have been a creepy Indian guy. However, after staying in the West and travelling around, I have come to realize some of the reasons why us Indian guys come across as creepy to the Western world. I would like to give you some of the background of where
As an American who just finished a ten month trip around the world, this might sound weird, but one of the biggest culture shocks I experienced happened when I arrived in Europe. After seven months backpacking in Asia and another 9 months living in South Korea, being back in the