Air shows draw about 10-12 million people annually in North America. That’s almost twice as many people that attend car races , although car racing has huge TV audiences and air shows virtually none. I think the reason points to one reason: pointing. Against a big sky we naturally point to the action, and pointing has got to be one of the first social gestures in human history—“danger! danger! or “food! food!” There’s primal pleasure in pointing. There’s little compulsion to point at cars on a race course in a stadium, so it plays equally well on a screen. Only a fool would point at an airplane on a screen, so there’s really no reason to watch them that way. Have I made my point?
Chefchaouen's Medina: Morocco's Blue Pearl City
We totally loved our stay at Chefchaouen. Aside from blue is my color, there's this chill vibe to this blue-washed town that is unique compared to other medinas. The sellers weren't pushy and the locals would genuinely greet and welcome you. A fresh way to go around the uphill and downhill cobbled alleys. Good thing we stayed here for five days 😍
A "medina", or old quarter, is distinctly found in North African and Maltese cities. The literally "walled city " is composed of confusingly narrow streets (which could be less than a meter wide) that sometimes can't be detected even by Google maps. It's filled with houses, "souks" (marketplace), palaces, mosques and historical structures making it a "city within a city". #SEA2africa2018