2. den (20. června 2018)- odleť od Igdiru a najdi Tomíka. 🙏
Po dvou hodinách spánku na Istanbulském letišti letím do Igdiru, který leží kousek od Hranic s Íránem. Z něho pak do Agei a nakonec zjistím, že Tomík nabíjí tuktuk na půl cesty v Taslicay... Beru stopa a dorážím zpět do vesnice. Po cestě mě úplně cizí lidé hostí čajem... Jsem na místě, objímá mě s pláčem. Nevěří tomu další hodinu. Skoro rok je na cestě ve snaze dovézt Tuk-tuk z Bangkoku k nám domů do České republiky. V první minutě našeho rozhovoru se skláním pro řízek mezi krajíci chleba od mojí mámy. Vezu taky klobásky a sýry. Opravy vozítka trvají až do pozdního večera. Lidé se sbíhají a zajímají se, oč vlastně jde. Byli jsme pozváni na večeři k pánovi do jeho restaurace. Také nám nabídl přespání v jeho kuchyni. Nakonec však spíme v přírodě. 🍀
Day 2 (20th June 2018)- fly to Igdir and find Thomas. 🙏
After two hours of sleeping at Istanbul Airport, I am travelling to Igdir, situated short distance from Iranian border. From there I am moving to Agei, and finally I detected that Tomík is charging battery of tuktuk on a half-way to Taslicay ... I'm hitchhiking and arriving back in that village. Along the way, strangers hosts me with a tea ...I'm on that place. Tomík is hugging me with crying. Almost one year he is trying to get this Tuk-tuk from Bangkok to our home- Czechia. Next hour he doesn’t believe that I am there with him. In the first minute of our conversation, I gave him chop between the slices of bread made by my mom. I also brought sausages and cheese. Mechanic and Tomík repairs engine until late evening. People from village are interested who we are and what we are doing there.... We’ve been invited for a dinner. Owner of restaurant also offered us sleeping in his kitchen on the ground. At the end we sleep in nature. 🍀
‘One of the recurring themes in history is the substantial gulf that usually exists between the diets of the rich and the poor. The Celtic elites drank Roman wines instead of cervoise, and prosperous monks found innovative ways to satisfy both God and their stomachs. Nobles feasted on roasted meats while peasants scrabbled for vegetables — at least, until Catherine de’ Medici and Louis XIV elevated vegetables to a more exalted perch. Exotic spices and sugar were the preserve of the wealthy until relatively recently, and even during times of siege and war, the richest citizens continued to enjoy their delicacies. It is much the same today, and not only in France. Much attention is devoted to the greatest chefs and the finest restaurants, and the eating habits of the upper classes are sometimes assumed to define an entire national cuisine. Everyday eating by ordinary people does not elicit much interest — unless foodie trendsetters unearth an interesting dish or ingredient and bestow upon it a sort of modern-day “nobility,” or worthiness. In short, what we eat can reveal a great deal about the divisions and inequalities that fracture our societies. By examining foodways — the political, economic, and social practices related to food in a particular region or era — we can learn much about who holds the most power in a society, what sorts of values they prioritize, and how they sustain their elevated position. We can also learn about the more deprived communities, the constraints and limitations they face in simply trying to feed themselves and survive, and what this indicates about the broader society in which they live. And we can see how all these dynamics change over time, thanks to evolving tastes or innovation, restless exploration or wartime devastation.’ #2018 #stephanehenaut #jenimitchell #abitesizedhistoryoffrance
‘The real choice we all face is not what to buy, whether to fly, or whether to have children, but whether we are willing to commit to living ethically in a broken world, a world in which human beings are dependent for collective survival on a kind of ecological grace. There is no utopia, no Planet B, no salvation, no escape. We’re all stuck here in the same shithole together. And living in that world, the only world there is, means giving up any claims to innocence or moral purity, since to live at all means to cause suffering. While you could, if you had the will for it, go off the grid, your subsistence farm would still be a tiny holocaust for all the pests who would seek to live off your bounty, your land deed would still need to be recognized by the state, and you would almost certainly need to enslave animals, if not for food and material such as milk, leather, and bone, then at least for labor. Living ethically means understanding that our actions have consequences, taking responsibility for how those consequences ripple out across the web of life in which each of us is irrevocably enmeshed, and working every day to ease what suffering we can. Living ethically means limiting our desires, respecting the deep interdependence of all things in nature, and honoring the fact that our existence on this planet is a gift that comes from nowhere and may be taken back at any time.’ #2018 #royscranton #weredoomednowwhat
The Ignis Sport was created after Suzuki entered the 2002 World Rally Championship session.
Badged as the Swift Sport in Japan, the Ignis Sport uses the same engine as the plain vanilla model but with higher power output at 114bhp. However, other modifications such as firmer suspension and a closed-ratio gearbox plays a crucial role in ensuring the car to reach 100 at 8.9 seconds.