Tag: history

Open Your Mind

I just think it’s fascinating that the history books are still filled with theories from the ’70s. We live in 2019, archeologists, scientists, and historians have much better technology and equipment, they do new findings nearly every day but still, the whole world stays blind and believes everything we thought was true in the ’70s.

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‘I walk the Hoogland road’

Jalan Hoogland, Hooglandweg, Hooglandroad.   Alright, I said in an earlier post that I would write to my travelblog while in Indonesia. But for now I’ll keep writing to my personal blog. Maybe I’ll start writing to the travel blog if our instagram profile, Eurasianblog, gets more followers or when we actually start traveling the

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The Builder of Bandung

My great-great-grandfather was known as an ‘Empire Builder’ and he did great things for Bandung, Indonesia. With this blogpost I will tell you the most important things that I know about my great-great-granddad.

Low inspiration, more fictional?

I haven’t been doing any writing the last couple of days, one of the reasons is that I don’t really know what to write about. I don’t do much on a daily basis, so I sometimes kinda run low on inspiration. And besides the lack of inspiration at the moment, the last 9 days, I’ve been playing this new video game called ‘Sea of Thieves’. A Pirate’s Life For Me.

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Fictional Short Story ‘Recollections of a Gladiator’

I commit my body, my soul, my mind to the glory of this ludus and obey my master, Brutus, at all times. I vow to be burned, beaten, nailed to the wall or die by the sword for honor in the arena.

Tech savvy

Modern day technology has been completely embedded in to machines that we use on a daily basis. Everyone nowadays at least has a mobile phone, but there’s a lot more machines that are embed with our technology when you take a look around the house. Home computers, laptops, tablets, tv’s, dryers, washing machines, lights and even vacuum cleaners that vacuum clean the house by itself.

Fictional Short Story ‘Pirate Round’

All hands on deck! Raise the anchor and lower the sails, we’re headed east! ‘I command, my crew executes’. In order to succeed, hierarchy is needed, even for free men like us. As we exit the harbor and head east towards open waters we can see the sun setting itself up for a beautiful sunrise, truly a wonderful sight. Nothing beats a clear blue sky and a rising sun on the horizon, never gets old.