Travelling to South America February 19th 2013 I have been to Spain many a times. But was the virst time in Madrid airport. Quite impressive. I now feel the gripe of Michael O'Leary is true. If it was in the middle ages we would now apprecite the marvels of this airport structure but as contemporary it is such a huge squandering of money which Spain never had. At the best of times it is less than 25% used. This is the international termin ... read more
South America » Argentina » Buenos Aires Following independence from Spain in 1816, Argentina experienced periods of internal political conflict between conservatives and liberals and between civilian and military factions. After World War II, a long period of Peronist authoritarian rule an... ... read more
Was born in Kerala, India just after WW II (in 1946), studied at St.Joseph's College Devagiri Calicut. Initial jobs varied from teacher to fisheries inspector in the Laccadive Islands, Automobile and Aeronautical Enginner, Coconut plantation Manager and Engineering Foreman in a spinning mill. Unhappy with the lot, took up studies again, this time as Polymer Technologist (Rubber) and worked in Northern Ireland as Rubber Chemist in Arntz Belting, and Technical Manager/Director in Enbi Seals Ireland in the Republic. Retired from full-time employment in 2012.
I'm finally off on the trip of my lif... full info