Khaled Bashour's World Posts

The Catacombs of Paris. Basically, you walk for 5 minutes straight down some stairs some 100 m, then walk some 15 minutes inside a narrow dimly lit tunnel,…

Definitely my favorite game of the tournament! Congrats to German fans for the win, and congrats for the Turkish players for actually getting me excited…

Although it looks more like a hall in a spaceship belonging to some highly-spiritual alien beings, this is in fact simply the corridor that leads to gates…

No, this is not an elevator in Trump Tower, but an elevator in Copenhagen airport. It has four mirrors for walls and golden rails, and if you stand at the right…

Isn't that really all that anyone needs? I'd usually start a monologue here about how we need them both equally, and how the crime of forcing a people to choose…

OK I know I've been slacking a bit. But I've been quite busy these days and preoccupied with my job and a short movie I've been filming with some friends. So…

I still have a few more photos from my NYC trip I'd like to share. This photo of the Statue of Liberty was taken with from Lower Manhattan, just before we rode…

Today is Lebanon's Independence Day. I will stick to wishing us all a happy 64th independence day and will keep my depressing thoughts about our striking lack…

This post and the next are some of the interesting things I we found in the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. And by interesting I mean things that make either make…

No, I didn't actually go to China, but I could sure fool anyone who hasn't been to Chinatown in NYC into thinking that I did.

The danger of walking around in New York City lies in the fact that you spend so much time looking up, you end up having neck pains for weeks after you get back…

The call it the Reservoir. But what it really is is just an unnecessarily large artificial lake in what I thought was an awesome display of extravagant public…
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