This experience junkie is privileged (or doomed?) to spend more time in planes and hotels than in the office. Curiosity and a sliver of time go a long way in seizing every moment offered to explore this beautiful blue marble.

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  • Adventures ahead
    on Jun 25, 2016 in Uncategorized
    All set for summer adventures!  France, I cannot get enough of you. Bali, I promised you I would be back. With some detours around SE Asia on the way in and out. Wanderlust. What is it, other than a hyped-up … Continue reading →...
  • Interlude: tolerance
    on Jun 23, 2016 in Life miscellaneous thoughts yoga
    “Before, the city center was marked by the cathedral. Now, down-town is identified as the place where the banks are”, said Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche as he sat down, removed his shoes, crossed his legs, and commenced his lecture at ...
  • One night in June
    on Jun 15, 2016 in Travel Scandinavia
    Much talk about science and little time to recognize that today was an unusually warm, balmy early June night. As I sat on the hotel terrace sipping a Provence rosé, looking at the Crown Princess’s house across the bay, I … Continue read...
  • An island in the sky
    on Jun 13, 2016 in Travel in the air Scandinavia
    As we descended through the clouds, suddenly there was an island floating in the sky. Cloud people seem to tend to their land as well. Perhaps this is the place e.e. cummings meant when he wrote “who knows if the … Continue reading →...
  • Wine and philosophy above Stockholm
    on Jun 11, 2016 in Travel Scandinavia thoughts
    Thought of the day: to be happy with what one has means not looking for more. If one is not looking for more, one is not curious about change and new things (unless purely for speculative or rhetorical purposes). Thus, … Continue reading →...
  • Preparing for takeoff
    on Jun 9, 2016 in Travel in the air United Kingdom
    Trucks, trolleys, fuel, luggage carts, catering, cargo loading equipment, pushback truck… It is incredible how much equipment and work is needed to send away one 747 jet. (Heathrow airport, London; May 2016) Tagged: in the air, United Kingdo...
  • Why not?
    on Jun 7, 2016 in Life France in the air
    A telltale sign of getting old is to get stuck on one place and return year after year. I confess, I have got stuck on coming to the Riviera. How could I ever wait for a whole year to return … Continue reading →...
  • A place for painters
    on Jun 5, 2016 in Travel France sights
    Hello little sleepy St-Paul-de-Vence. Beneath your car-free cobble stone streets, green facades, and chirpy birds I can sense a a vibrant energy bubbling under. I wonder if I drank from that fountain and stayed here, would I morph into an … Con...
  • Headspace on the Azure Coast
    on Jun 4, 2016 in Travel France thoughts
    There is a reason for why the French Riviera is also called the Côte d’Azur, or the Azure Coast. And there is a reason for why so many late 20th century painters like Renoir, Picasso, Chagall, Matisse, Monet, and even Norwegian … Contin...
  • Above the clouds
    on May 27, 2016 in Travel in the air
    From down below the sky often looks the same. Either it is blue, or there are some clouds drifting, or a degree of overcast or even completely gray. But from above the clouds the sky is never the same. There … Continue reading →...
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