Vyt’s Line

November 13, 2009

A Super Natural Experience

I feel compelled to say at the outset that I am not a believer in paranormal phenomena. Sure, strange things happen – but in most cases there are perfectly rational – Read More...
November 20, 2009

More Power to the People – Please!

So there I am, nose buried in my laptop, revelling in the sheer breadth and rich magnificence of the online universe – and the lights go out. Again. As they – Read More...
November 27, 2009

That Gap Is Bigger than I Thought

So there I am, sitting in my villa, gazing at the things around me that I take for granted: multiple luxurious bedrooms, ensuite bathrooms, a big, well-equipped kitchen, a garden – Read More...
December 11, 2009

So Fit Happens, We All Know That …

So I glanced in the mirror this morning (I assure you, it was an accident) and I didn’t like what I saw. I mean, I’ve never been one of those – Read More...
January 1, 2010

Department Store Blues, With Tinsel

The festive season in December brings on a lightness of spirit for many people. Me, I’m more the bah-humbug type. All this “joy to the world” stuff going on makes – Read More...
January 8, 2010

It’s So SIMple: Just Learn From Bali

Vyt Karazija I’ve been spoilt by the ease of getting a local SIM card for my mobile phone in Bali. And in Beijing, and Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur – – Read More...
January 15, 2010

Here Hear: Not in the Wick of Time

By Vyt Karazija I’m officially classified as deaf. Well, in one ear anyway, which is about 90dB down from normal. That’s a lot. All I “hear” from my left side is – Read More...
January 22, 2010

Memo to Pedestrians: Take a Walk on the Mild Side

By Vyt Karazija There are some pedestrians in Bali who choose to walk on the road. They eschew the footpath, apparently so oblivious to what is happening around them that – Read More...
January 29, 2010

Pacific Blues: Virgin on the Ridiculous in Bali

By Vyt Karazija There is a travellers’ glitch that happens so often in Bali that it is almost an industry cliché. Departing flights to Australia often leave just after midnight, – Read More...
February 5, 2010

It’s Always Time to Chill: You Don’t Need to Watch It in Bali

By Vyt Karazija Western notions of time do not transplant-easily to Bali. My pre-Bali life was characterised by what seems now to be an obsessive desire to know which particular – Read More...
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