24/7 Holiday Floyd Rd, London SE7 8BL, UK If Vietnam is the hidden gem of South East Asia, then Sa Pa is its crown jewel! Sitting 4,921 feet high in the shadow of Mount Fansipan, and only a four-hour bus ride away from Hanoi, it's a must-see. Why? In short, Sa Pa is simply sensational. … Continue reading An Involuntary Twoism
DnB / Jungle A tribute to the amen break (non exclusively).
His green eyes rolled toward the ceiling, vibrating with rage as if gazing on a phantom of inspiration bathed in flame, as he searched for words to convey his outrage that, at that moment, was causing his snoutish mouth to open and shut erratically. He stood like an actor who had forgotten his lines, and … Continue reading A Dream of: Antiquity No. Sleven
Horror, the pure unrestrained horror. Separate images ambushed and attacked my mind, one by one as if my brain was being sliced and seasoned down the line from cook to cook; a shishkebab chandelier, a fondue of rancid blood, men with pig faces eating pork, tusked women shoving live eels into their mouths, relishing the … Continue reading A Dream of: Antiquity Ses
I awoke, was it all over? Had the dream been dreamt? Could I now safely record it in my journal so as to never recall it again? No, I realised, I was in a dumpster. My back was moist with the juices of rotting fruit and meat, I gagged and heaped myself out onto the … Continue reading A Dream of: Antiquity Sinko
David swung the rock from his sling. It cut across the sky clean. Clouds held a thick blanket over the world but with a crack the clouds split open in an instant to make way for the missile. Blue sky poured down and the sun glittered down upon all, the dazzling sheen blinded all in … Continue reading The Book of Samuel
The rains cleared and a heavy sun split open the clouds. In the light, I saw standing next to a crumbling monolith, in the shadow of a faceless sphinx, a well-dressed boy. He was wearing some sort of traditional European garb. "I don't think we should stop," I said. "He looks nice." "My stomach feels … Continue reading A Dream of: Antiquity Quas