Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Day Five: Argentina - A water experience like no other


Home was soon forgotten in favour of believing and living in the here and now – nothing breathed like the present. Within nature – the power, the strength, the personality are one of its own…






Tuesday, 16 August 2011

British Airways and Pam Ann fly Brighton Pride 2011: Video

British Airways took to the streets for the second UK gay pride of 2011 at Brighton with the infamous air hostess, Pam Ann. Joined by a congregation of largely British Airways gatwick crew the float flight departed from Brighton Pier at 11am and finished at Preston Park by 2pm.

It was certainly one of the best parade's I've ever experienced with huge enthusiasm and support throughout the route. The change to Preston Park and it's celebration certainly didn't deter anyone and appeared much more busier than in previous years.

Brighton Pride, certainly for me, is the ultimate gay event in the UK and an absolute must.



For more information: http://www.brightonpride.org/

Monday, 8 August 2011

Day Four: Argentina – Panoramic Brazil, Iguazu Falls


The confrontation of a mass of water falling 70 – 80 feet across the river; glittering in the sun – emblazoned with vibrant rainbows; and the crashing water bellowing a constant rhythm of peace and harmony among the chirping of happy birds and the irregular chanting of the river’s rapids…

Sunday, 7 August 2011

Day Three: Argentina – A journey to Heaven – Iguaçu, Iguaçu


The sheer size of this forest was impeccable – as far as the eye could see was (what appeared to be) undisturbed plant growth – no borders/ hedges, no squares or rectangles, no buildings or roads. I was in love – the world truly existed. Never in my life had I seen anything so beautifully natural.