Follow a young woman as she takes you through some of the many adventures she's faced on 27 countries on six continents. From taking the wrong train at midnight in Taiwan to facing guys with machine guns in Egypt and Mexico, this adventure will leave you wanting to experience more.
Registering or filing a complaint with the police department for the theft or loss of a mobile, motor bike or car is not as easy. The cops will find hundred ways to not register your complaint. I don't mean it stands true in all of India but some part of India, Yes !!
The book is all about human relationships. The dilemma faced by us is not different, it's same everywhere, in every city, in every country. Love doesn't lie in only finding and spending the whole life with a beloved, sometimes it manifests even in separation.
The Lost City The JourneyOnce a day in the summer of 1920 in London, I was going on a short trip to the lake that lies not so far from my country house that remains in "greenwood village", so after an hour of driving I finally reached my wooden camp house near the lake, I lined my car beside it and started to take of my heavy bags and hold them towards the door, then I put them down to be able to open it, thereafter I started to unpack them and put them in their main places..After two hours of organizing the house and doing what I need to do, I walked into the kitchen to make hot-chocolate and some dinner, well what can I say when I finally found peace and calm away from all the noises of the village. Anyway, after a very tiring day I must go to sleep because I have a lot of things to do tomorrow morning, like cutting some trunks and doing some home-works...At seven o'clock in the morning I woke up on a very strange sound that came out from the lake, it was like a very loud trumpet ! so in a harry I wore my coat and ran towords it to find out what it was about.., when I arrived I saw strange small bright colored lights that were floating above it making weird movements and shapes, then in a blink of an eye they disappeared..
A poem about a young man who arrives at the city of Coventry, but is not given a warm welcome by the people. A scurry of squirrels give him a befitting welcome, ultimately showing animals are more cultured than humans are.