Archive for Category: "working abroad"
On my walk home from the train station one afternoon, someone whispered something crude as I walked by and grabbed by butt. I turned around to confront him and he started to run
WANDERPRENEUR- (wändr-pruh -nœr) A creative person who travels the world in order to work on her projects and explore that particular culture
4,000 stair steps left until I reach the Jain temples atop Mount Satrunjaya. Being an avid runner and hiker, this shouldn’t have fazed me. But I was attempting this pilgrimage in Palitana in the midday heat of the Gujarati desert,
For the past eight months, I’ve been living and working in Mumbai, India. The end of every work day goes something like this: 5:36 pm: I arrive at Churchgate station, which is the beginning of the Western line, to wait for my train to pull in.
Living in Melilla, a little Spanish enclave at the top of North Africa, as a British language assistant, you sort of get used to the Arabic twist on things. One of the first weeks I spent here, a fellow assistant and I decided to hop on a bus and see where it took us and after five minutes, we saw Melilla’s buildings change.