What about those pushing for regime change in yet another sorry middle eastern country actually having the foggiest idea what you are doing? What about taking stock of the fact that this has never worked until now and has only […]
Relieved we didn’t complicate it in that way And kept a golden friendship anyway Free from the mundanities that fuel our strife And, all too often, become our Life * Whoever said “there are those we marry… and those we love” […]
Tehran’s Armenian Church of Saints Teddy and Bartholomew Finding Charles Scott (Sir Walter Scott’s son’s) obscure grave in Tehran, Iran, where he died of a fever in 1841. I grew up in Iran where I arrived in 1960 from the […]
We increasingly live in a world cluttered with brands of cars, clothes, food, accessories and, in fact, just about anything you care to care to name. Very little escapes the pressing need to be branded with a specific personality which, […]
The Seychelles-based Burridge is, in reality, a writer and a legendary figure in these parts. He sports a trim goatee and a fugitive grin. The bespectacled author is also a tourism consultant and freelance copywriter. The compelling nature of his narrative imparts an aura of mystery to his persona and his tales.