The universal numbers one and two

I grew up in an era that introduced the low-flush toilet to the United States. This change fully came about in 1994 which happened to coincide with a complete bathroom remodel in my parent’s home. Being decently ecologically minded and faced with no options, we bought one of these new toilets and quickly realized that... read more >

Turkish Airlines holds it together

Prior to my recent trip to Israel, I had never flown on Turkish Airlines, but after experiencing them this first time, I would definitely go again. Long ago I reserved myself to the fact that air travel sucks. It’s uncomfortable (especially for the long legged of us), it’s tiring, the services on board are fewer... read more >

Tel Aviv airport doesn’t mess around

I was recently invited for a wine tour of Israel by a group called Kinetis whose aim is to promote the other side of Israel not covered in the evening news that consists of the innovation and culture that emerges from this small country on the eastern side of the Mediterranean which has had nothing... read more >

There is a time for ferries

There comes a time in everyone’s life where Google Maps will, in one form or another, fuck you. In truth, this fucking is often at the behest of some degree of human error and it was this that saw myself and Lo Casal resident, Cesc on the TV-3023 road. This is not a road of... read more >

Paris Hipster Fail

It is with great shame that I admit to visiting Paris at the beginning of August. I know better. I know that the shops are closed, the Parisians aren’t there, the tourists are in full swing, and the weather is complete garbage. Yet, I went anyways, because my mother was visiting, wanted to see Paris,... read more >