Sunday, August 28, 2016

Diminishing Frequency

At the beginning of your trip, you take a ton of photos. As the trip goes on, however, you take less and less...even if you see interesting things


  1. Absolutely true. My advice to every international student I have (I teach English to speakers of other languages,) and every person I know who is traveling and most importantly MOVING to a new place is to take a lot of pictures in the first month to catch whatever they notice. THEN, as life continues, "forget those pictures" Develop a personal list of "themes" - doors; windows; people doing work; night spots; what locals think is "famous, " or "important - food, leisure activities, local historical spots; and pictures of local friends and acquaintances you make.
    This cartoon is "rueful" for me, but well expressed! Thank you.

    1. That's awesome advice. It turns the complaint in the comic into positive advice! Great.

  2. I subscribe to your comic and find it very enterntainingly positive.
    Do you think itchy feet will ever visit Pakistan? A lot of culture to see here.

    Keep up the good work !

  3. Thanks Mudassar! I would love to visit Pakistan. If I did, where would you recommend going?

  4. You could start from the capital (Islamabad),
    go to the picturesque valleys of northern areas upto Skardu. You could also visit Lahore and Karachi.

    And If you are close to the Capital you can always visit me 😄