The situation in Israel and Palestine are multi-layered in their complexity. The way forward requires careful, logical discussion of action from insiders and outsiders alike. This is one outsider’s careful point of view.
“Oh,” moaned Emmanuel, “so hung over.” He stumbled about, holding his head.
As we parted ways, Greg shook my hand, slipping me 200 Rand. “Our donation to your travels,” he said warmly. “Good luck.”
“This is it,” I quoted Michael Jackson.
The power of nature never ceases to amaze me.
A year ago I left everything I ever knew of my life and drove out in the dark morning of an autumn Melbourne sunrise, heading towards a clichéd unknown destiny.
My job description? Socialise and be merry with the guests.
“Where ya headed?” I looked up at the barefooted driver that had opened the passenger door.
Cape Town, how could you? How could you do this to me?
“You must close all your hatches,” informed Hert, the security guard that had greeted us when we had docked. “There are thieving monkeys and they can open hatches and steal anything.”
There are some things that will forever remain a mystery of the universe.
There are two types of sun sets.
“Maybe we should wait it out,” I suggested loudly over the cyclonic storm that was ripping the coastline.
‘Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to return to Nosy Be and take possession of your stolen dinghy.
The mosquitoes were also included in the price and attacked our feet.
A reading list that kept one man’s mind occupied while traversing 3000 miles of ocean.