nostalgia /nɒˈstaldʒə/

“A sentimental longing or wistful affection for a period in the past.”     “Yes, I was never its, but I guess I miss it. The greenery, the wildness, the rusticness. Full of life, full of inertia, full of transition. All the foliage crumpled, all the moss rubbed, all the minerals stockpiled. Under mischievous sunbeams,Continue reading “nostalgia /nɒˈstaldʒə/”

Year Abroad In Rabat Part. 4 Ceuta & Tétouan

Ceuta,  November 2017. Tétouan, November 2017 (including pictures of the hotel Riad Dalia). Short Travel Diary: Ceuta & Tétouan  Whilst living in Morocco, though I didn’t travel as much as I could have had, I did spend time in other places aside from Rabat. On November 2017, I went on a trip to Tétouan (Northern Morocco)Continue reading “Year Abroad In Rabat Part. 4 Ceuta & Tétouan”

diaspora /dʌɪˈasp(ə)rə/

“The dispersion or spread of any people from their original homeland.“ “Scattered. That’s a good way to describe the people who belong to a diaspora. Different places, different directions. Can be visually pictured as tiny dots all over the globe. Some dots move regularly, others have been still for a while. In some places andContinue reading “diaspora /dʌɪˈasp(ə)rə/”

Waaw Open Residency in Ndar: Part 4. rebirth /riːˈbəːθ/

“the process of being reincarnated or born again. / a period of new life, growth, or activity; a revival.” “Irresponsibility often lies behind destruction, hence reconstruction often requires a sense of responsibility. Yet, the later isn’t always owned by those who caused the problem, who led to the ruins to be dealt with. Maybe because ofContinue reading “Waaw Open Residency in Ndar: Part 4. rebirth /riːˈbəːθ/”

Waaw Open Residency in Ndar: Part 2. vintage/ˈvɪntɪdʒ/

“denoting something from the past of high quality, especially something representing the best of its kind.”