Paradise on earth

The more islands we visit, the more we are in love with the Perhentian Islands in Malaysia.

Are you part of a distributed team?

Team activities, courses and guides for companies with virtual teams!

Vietnamese Art

Propaganda posters, paintings and sculptures.

Happy Wesak

Procesión budista en Malasia

On how Asia reminds me of my childhood

Flowers, construction, poorly paved roads,...

Sunday, June 17, 2007

La Revolucion de los Medios // English with Spanish subtitles

Although it only talks about the north part of the planet it is interesting.

Friday, June 08, 2007


Hoy hemos ido al Teatro Llantiol a ver una obra llena de talento. Si el próximo viernes quieres que te sorprendan durante una hora ve a verlos:
Cia Guantazo
Reserva tu entrada a Micromental World solo 6€ruillos

Thursday, June 07, 2007

Feu-vos un favor i aneu-hi

Sols, acompanyats, enfadats, il.lusionats, adormits, amb ganes o sense, us recomano moltíssim que aneu al Versus Teatre a veure WOLFENSTEIN i Tetris.perquè surto plena, però segur que no us deixaran indiferents.Del 6 al 24 de Juny "WOLFENSTEIN" DIMECRES / DIUMENGE 19:30 H.
Del 7 al 24 de Juny "TETRIS"

Reserva aquí amb la teva entrada per 8€

Saturday, June 02, 2007

Hard things to understand

On July 31, 1761, the French ship L’Utile is shipwrecked on a tiny island in the Indian Ocean. Not long after, the sailors manage to reach Madagascar, but they leave behind the Malgache slaves they had embarked illegally on L’Utile. Only a handful of survivors remain when they are found 15 years later, in 1776. A corvette drops anchor near a small island, lost in the Indian Ocean, on November 29, 1776. The island seems completely deserted, a stretch of white sand with a few palm trees. Yet the sailors discover a baby and seven women, all former slaves from Madagascar. Dressed in tunics of woven feathers, they are the only survivors of a shipwreck 15 years earlier. They survived by eating birds, turtles and shellfish.

Ship picks up 26 migrants -
The 26 African immigrants that were picked up by a Spanish fishing trawler in the open Mediterranean earlier this week have been transferred to a Spanish rescue ship, the transport ministry said.
The immigrants were taken aboard the Clara Campoamor some 40 maritime miles off the Italian island of Sicily, it said in a statement. The ship will now take them to the northeastern Spanish port of Tarragona.
Conditions aboard the trawler Montfalco were difficult due to a lack of supplies and limited space but the 26 Africans who are believed to be from the Ivory Coast were in good health, it added.
Italy, Libya and Malta refused to allow the would-be immigrants to disembark arguing the Africans were in international waters when they were rescued by the Spanish trawler despite appeals from Madrid for them to do so.
Spanish Employment and Social Affairs Minister Jesus Caldera appealed to all nations in the European Union to respect laws regarding rescues in the open waters, which he said had not occurred in this case.