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... of the Mullah Nasruddin. They tend to be humourous stories with a moral. The moral of the story Kamran told was no matter what you do, there is always someone who will criticise you.
Farokh then told another tale that had us in peals of laughter. No matter how we turned it around none of us could work out its meaning.
Hence the title of this story, but more accurate was Sherwin's take on that saying.
Which will go unrecorded in this ...
I set off for Sao Paulo after the worst possible 5 years of my life. In those 5 years I lost 2 siblings suddenly and unexpectedly. I had been diagnosed with a heart condition and needed to have surgery and a pacemaker inserted near my heart. With these 3 life changing rocks inside me, weighing me down, I succumbed to a dark, black, determined, all conquering depression. A depression that robbed me of my self. My self esteem. My self worth. My mind at times. I tried ...
As I was told by so many people: writing a blog while travelling sucks.
So many things have already happened only in one week. And there is always something better to do than sitting in front of the computer and writing.
All I can say is that so far, I have had the time of my life. Met the craziest people from all over the place, landed at the best partys there were in every city, saw the most beautiful beaches ...
... Lunch was at a place called the Tree where we had a buffet spread with different meats, fish, chicken and veggies. And we finished with a few nice shots of coparina (spelling).
Next up again was a walk thru the neighborhood as we had some time to kill on our way to the next visit. The neighborhood was equivalent of walking thru most any other city in the US. Lots of people out at lunchtime. Neighborhood construction in process. The craziest thing that ...
... personnel looking at my passport asked me if I had a visa for Brasil. The previous day I had made a rushed internet search and wikipedia stated that Cypriot citizens do not need a visa. That was all my research on visa requirements for Brasil so I was not sure. I told them that I did not need one but they insisted that I did. So they had me stay back while looking into their books. They looked so certain that I thought I would stay there! But after 10 minutes they ...