Author Archives: Adam Komiaga

Homage To The Post-First World: My Wanderings in Europe, Part 2

Budapest — Pest side, Hungary I was walking with the nice Bulgarian girl I had met the day before. We stepped over puddles and little rivers of piss. You try not to, but you can’t help but notice that the Pest side of the city smells like a giant urinal after 6 pm.  And it […]

Homage To The Post-First World: My Wanderings in Europe

Many famous writers chronicle the events that influenced the rest of their life’s thinking for posterity. We read them afterwards to understand the mentality of the author and the people at the time. I have read many books like Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell or Motorcycle Diaries by Ernesto Che Guevara to get the […]