Travel | Some places, Armenia, The Center of the World, find me on a map.
Writer, chef, drinker of tea, and Aide-de-Camp to The Metropolitan.
Julién Godman is high in the streets of Yerevan
Thirty minutes into the cross Atlantic flight, the tight waisted, tight clothed, piercing eyed men and women, with little pins of Soviet era hammer, sans sickle, and wings, paraded down the aisle.
The common cheek blushing verbiage lets me off the hook when talking to the backpack inspecting security guard at the supermercado
La policía are always looking for my uncle who drives all of my cousins around town. At some point my uncle and I will turn onto Carrera 7.
There are definitely more things insulting than spitting in a man's face, but not many.
Sy Thai is breaking the norm of what Thai food has been in the Greater Downtown region.
Julién Godman considers the Death of the word "Woke" (and other terms that are in danger of losing their meaning).
While the position may have the public benefit in mind, like it or not, the concept of this government sponsored narrative is not far off from an Orwellian horizon.
For me, the cigar has always been both celebratory and despondent. Like the many precipices and canyons of the mountains.
Defining veganism seems to be the biggest misunderstanding. This confusion remains one that both befuddles and alienates the general public, as well as the media.