Guardian Publications

Dubai Airport (2016)

 

You might wonder how this video relates to this post. Well, when en-route to Tokyo or London, when travelling to or from work, there is a lot of hanging around at Dubai airport. Over the years I’ve got accustomed to being swallowed up in this over-bearing vacuum for seven hours. So, what do you do? Erm…people watching, rotoscoping, reading, dozing or just aimlessly  wandering around the vile duty-free shops. These are just a few strategies to kill time and boredom.

So, amid the chaos, the chic, the shoppers and the bulging trolleys; this hedonistic space is where I put pen to paper. The vignettes that are churned out are generally in the form of family memoirs. Even though Dubai airport is not a desired and stimulating environment for writing , quite staggeringly, the scribbled, crumpled pieces of paper manage to survive the journey, stay in one piece and somehow make their to a wider audience and onto print. Strange but true. The proof is in the pudding below and I ain’t no writer!

Snapshot: My Sensible Look for a Big Occasion  Publication Date: April 12, 2014

Original article title: Wear Something Sensible, Jason!

Playlist: Heartbreak at My First Disco  Publication Date: September 20, 2014

Original article title: Panic at the Disco

Playlist: My Boy’s Homework Triggered a Memory  Publication Date: June 27, 2015

Original article title: Just Who is the Five O’clock Hero?

Snapshot: Tokyo Summer and the Sound of Cicadas  Publication Date: March 5, 2016

Original article title: The Sound of Cicadas

We Love to Eat: Maki’s Tempura Udon, British Style   Publication Date: April 22, 2017

Original article title: Maki’s tempura udon done British style

 

 

 

 

 

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