Unfortunately, this first post will not be about a trip I had, as I could not complete it at the end of the day. For various reasons. One of those reasons was that I was not planning to write about it, as my camera’s memory stick didn’t arrive yet.
The second reason is slightly weirder.
Continue reading Misfueling hurts so bad
So, I received an email the other day from a company called Media Discovery, offering me monies in order to sell them advertising space for this very blog.
To make a long story short, it wasn’t a completely spam email, just spam-ish. The first email I received in January the 21th was the following one:
Continue reading Media Discovery Black Hat SEO scam
So, earlier this week, Sunday to be precise, I was in a moderately strict detox from carbohydrates and salt, in order to detox.
Today it is Saturday, so my detox is over. This doesn’t mean that I will start all the habits again, but means that now I can ease up a bit and enrich my diet.
I would highly suggest this way of detoxing to everyone that wants to reset his diet as well as kick-start his idle metabolism.
It is not going to be easy at all, especially the first two days, but it pays off big time in the end.
Continue reading Zero Carbohydrates and Salt Detox Diet Overview
Once again, I was about to hit the road.
In a different way though, as my house contract was coming to an end and I needed to move into a bigger house, not only because I got fatter, but also because we are going to be more crowded this time.
We are forming “Yet Another Greek Ghetto” in London. Nothing special here. To be honest, I don’t miss my old house at all yet, as I felt like a giant and I was tired of hitting my toes in the passage between my desk and my bed.
So, my tale of clashing with the mafia of house agents, had begun.
Continue reading London Estate Agents Ranting
To be honest, I always think of year intervals starting from September, so days like this I tend to sit down and do a last minute thinking.
2013 was a year of big changes and a lot of work for me.
It was a really creative year for me, even though I was really pushed to the boundaries of sanity from things happening around me, as I sank deeper into my solitude.
Continue reading Looking back in 2013
While I was on tour with Until Rain supporting Andromeda, I managed to get some drumcam footage for some of our songs, thanks to Mr Linus Abrahamson. I still can’t thank him enough for lending his zoom camera recorder for a couple of gigs.
In this post, you can view my performance from Z7 in Pratteln, Switzerland.
Continue reading Until Rain – Z7, Switzerland drumcam
So, exactly one year ago, I arrived in London Stansted Airport. But this time it was a single ticket.
I went to Baker Street via easyBus. I didn’t have an oyster card, I was in a rush and I was afraid of not catching a train before the underground closes. I didn’t have a clue when the last train was. So I overpaid a single ticket to Earl’s Court.
Earl’s Court is a place I don’t particularly like but I had to visit for various reasons all of the times I was in London. It still works as an index of my progress as a man. It is all the nice and bad moments summarized together. It still hurts sometimes…
So, back September the 12th, 2012. I didn’t have a smartphone, GPS or internet. I only had a printed street map of the area around the station and my hotel reservation along with clothes, a laptop and one thousand quid that fed me for 3 months.
I clearly remember that I was thinking the following: (I still do today)
“That’s it. This is your opportunity. No more lies. Prove yourself now.”
I didn’t really know what I was going to do. But I knew that I had to do something.
Continue reading One Full Year in the United Kingdom
So, yesterday it was quite a day.The weather was crap unlike the previous days, but who cares?
Gavin Harrison was in London for a clinic in Wembley Drum Centre. I arrived there with my flatmate at around seven o’clock, just a bit before the doors opened. The tickets were courtesy of this fellow gentleman and colleague.
Continue reading An evening with Gavin Harrison
“Tactile paving (also called truncated domes, detectable warnings, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators, detectable warning surfaces) is a system of textured ground surface indicators found on many footpaths, stairs and train station platforms to assist blind and vision impaired pedestrians.” – Wiki
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As I’ve already written, I moved from East London to West London.
The last post was a bit poetic and romantic, so I decided to make this post as the more enjoying aspect of my moving.
Continue reading Logistics in London