An update from Albania, land of the street dogs! When Fabian and I first arrived in Albania and realized the cruelty shown to street dogs, we wanted to leave. I didn't want to have anything to do with an country so ignorant to animals.
Q & A with Rowena Riecker, chairperson of WWOOF South Africa.
Schwarz Fahren: Berlin is known for its fantastic public transportation system: U-bahns, S-bahns, trams, buses, and even ferries get you where you need to be 24/7. And you don't have to pay for any of it.
I got real drunk and this guy started talking to me. He kept topping off my drink and I think he slipped something into it because all of a sudden I started to feel real loose. I didn't realize that he was a queer until he tried to kiss me. It freaked me out. I wanted to get away from him so I said I had to pee but he followed me into the john and started making out with me. I remember thinking that what he was doing was disgusting but I got hard anyway. I couldn't help it.
I met Janice in a dark crowded bar in Barcelona, Spain, just a few days after her seventeenth birthday. She was from Switzerland and even though she didn’t look it, she was younger than my little sister. I was twenty five, living in a funky little apartment near the beach, and had been trying my hand at teaching English for about six months. Janice was too young for us to have much in common but she was also too young to notice.
Interview with the first woman to row solo across three oceans.
The fact that it took me almost twenty five years to realize I was a female sex tourist is not a defense. Check the screaming tabloids and anti-prostitution literature to confirm that sex tourism is totally unacceptable. Zero tolerance.
Everything is so costly. It hurts to take a taxi ride, because it costs five thousand rupees, and it hurts to eat my favourite chicken biryani in a restaurant – the price is simply too exorbitant. The first day when I saw the price I ordered it just to check if there were bits of gold mixed in with the rice.