I was an Athenian last Summer, and like any good Athenian, I used to take weekend trips to islands near Athens. My favorite escapade was to Hydra, The island famous for the absence of motor vehicles (you can choose between walking or riding a donkey) is extremely chic, with stylish shops and luxury accommodation. The […]
Assist Card me cubrio por una emegencia de salud en Roma. Cuando la doctora recomendo que viajara en posicion horizontal, temiendo tener que pagar un pasaje de primera clase, los aseguradores se desdijeron de su promesa de cubrir mis gastos de estancia forzada en Roma por reposo y me dejaron virtualmente sin cobertura. Assist Card […]
After having lunch there one lovely Saturday afternoon, I can say that it was probably the best culinary experience I have had at a restaurant in Montevideo.
En las palabras de quienes compartieron su música
Parte 1: Neil Weiss, Bolsa Amuedo, Lee Tomboulian, Daniel Charlone, Carlos Rodríguez, Pajaro Canzani
I was just invited to selext these 7 links from this year of blogging. It wasn’t easy to decide, but here is what I came up with: – Your most beautiful post My Istanbul, a strange love story – Your most popular post Catch 22, Seinfeld, and Ayn Rand – Your most controversial post Ideals of beauty around […]
Flying towards JF Kennedy airport in New York, I recognized a bridge out a F Scott Fitzgerald novel. It was the bridge that Gatsby crosses to go into the city. I remembered the description of ash heaps and the mechanic who looked as grey as the ashes. The place looked grey and dull enough […]
If Uruguayan music is so FANTASTIC, why hasn´t anybody heard of it virtually anywhere, outside an elite of connoisseurs?
A Spanish language poem about the astounding similarities I found between historic enemies Turkey and Armenia when I visited Istanbul a couple of years back.