Skip to main content

Best of Adventures: Adventures of the Year

[a must read!!!]

This was the price, finally. The planet can look small, and an adventure exciting. You can chart out detailed routes and plan to cover thousands of miles and many months. It can all seem so straightforward and plausible. But then you find yourself in one particular place at one particular time, and the world feels as vast as it is. You wait to find out whether you're going to die.

[read full] [180degrees.com]

[+] Read All The Adventures [NatGeo Adventures of the Year]
[+] 2007 Adventures of the Year

Comments

Arv said…
this should be interesting... I need to read this after my sleep.... cheers...
yeskarthi said…
"I would have rather had one breath of her hair, one kiss of her mouth, one touch of her hand than an eternity without it"

Nicholas Cage "City of Angels" Movie

Stay...
You keep tellin' me baby
There will come a time
When you will leave her arms
And forever be in mine

Lyrics from Sugarland "Stay"

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120632/
hmmmmmmmmmmm! I say I would like to have KKHH!!! DID I win? LOL!!!!

((((HUGS)))))

Popular posts from this blog

while it lasts

First Contact, Remixed

On the last Thursday of the year, about half past 10 local time, they landed in the garden of the White House. The security never knew what hit them, in no time all the men in blue and black and whatever colour they’re in were rolling on the ground laughing. Apparently the aliens hit them with laughing gas. Good, now we know they have some sense of humour and wont bomb us…hemmm…senseless. Another half an hour went past, the president was hiding under his table, the secret service nowhere in sight. Thinking of the worst, he reached for his cell phone and dialled 911 with his trembling fingers. So much for him, the aliens UFO, which funnily enough is shaped like a saucer, lighted up like a Las Vegas casino, sans neon signboard. A door opened up and from it rolled down a weird looking robot with a huge plasma screen TV for its head. Words fail to describe alien technology, literally, so I’m using earth analogy. Oh, and by the way, I am the dude, who saw it all.

The president peering from …

...you

for, its during the rainy seasons
when we sit admiring
the cool breeze and wandering droplets
we realize we are admiring the beauty of loneliness
from afar, of you and me

[feast]