The worst break holiday

By Y.Muriel

 Mrs. Willa Norris
Cheap Holidays Now
71 Lambert Road

Dear Mrs. Norris

I am writing to express my strong dissatisfaction with our family holiday in Vistamar resort that I booked through your online company.

What we expected was an accommodation in a modern four-star hotel by the sea that includes design furniture and bright colours, and extra comforts like Wi-Fi access and television. Not only the hotel was 15 miles from the sea, but also the stylish look of the building was old-fashioned with dusty carpets.

On arrival to the city, there not was waiting a private taxi to transfer us from the airport to the hotel. In addition to this, the room was dirty and the shower was broken. To make matters even worse, the room not was those we had ordered because there not was a queen-size bed,   Wi-Fi access and sea-views. Leer más de esta entrada



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By Y.Muriel

This is my husband Servando. He is in his forties but he looks like very young. He is very tall and handsome. He has short blonde hair and blue eyes. He comes from Spain but he look like German.

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Oferta treball-Arquitecte superior Ajuntament de Barcelona

L’Ajuntament de Barcelona, publica ofertes de treball per Arquitectes. La última convocatòria està a La web:



L e    e – C o m t e   d e   M o n t e – C r i s t o


Bonjour à tous. Je suis  Y.Muriel. J’ai osé prendre enfin la plume pour y déposer mes mots, mes maux et mes joies.  L’écriture est un exutoire, la recherche de l’expression de l’ineffable, la beauté majestueuse de son introspection mais aussi l’ouverture à la vie. Comme une belle peinture, l’écrit peut nous offrir des frissons, des larmes mais aussi nous rassasier et nous rendre en joie pour la journée. L’exercice d’écriture est un exercice difficile, mais qui ne peut nous faire qu’évoluer dans nos propres vies.

Pour cette première prise de parole à WeLovewords, je vous propose le thème de “Le e-comte de Monte Cristo”.


Licencia Creative Commons Contenido Web de Yolanda Muriel está sujeto bajo Licencia Creative Commons Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 3.0 Unported.



Keira Rathbone decided to type in front of her because she desired to type, but nothing to say. She started in 2003.

She has a lot of typewriters which she uses the letters, numbers and symbols to create art.

You can see the next video in order to find more details:


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The Neon Demon and why special people have to stay alert

The Neon Demon is psychological horror film directed by Nicolas Winding Refn that keeps the vampirism symbolic of the real world. The film speaks the language of counterculture too and it’s the most Lynch style surrealism. Who minds about human damage, as long as it looks good?

Everywhere people fall before the beauty of the main character Jesse. Three women, the two blonde vamps (Gigi and Sarah) and Ruby will stop at nothing to get rid of her, even cannibalism. Soon, other models in the town of Los Angeles become jealous of Jesse’s youth and vitality and the rest of the fashion industry is jealous of Jesse’s vibrancy (like “the sun” as a literally vampiric model tells her). More exactly, the models are jealous of the industry bigwigs revolving around her, so they want her gone. Unfortunately, models will kill her to be her.

The Neon demon is exactly drawing us our world and why not, our professional work world. Jesse is special and that is linked to the danger, and this kind of peolple have to stay alert. But she doesn’t do.

Refn’s Neon demon comes in many forms (a mountain lion that gets into Jesse’s motel room when she leaves the door open…), but we get a glimpse of the Neon demon in its truest form as Jesse walks the fashion show. She walks towards three hovering neon triangles that seem to appear as if in a vision. When Jesse reaches them, she looks up to see three reflections of herself. The triangles are the satanic symbol of the Neon demon. It’s like the three bad women and generally it’s like the bad people in the world.

she inspires jealousy

The white triangle are inspired by the work of the architect James Turrel, whose works are like a sacred spaces. That reference gave the triangle a touch of the spiritual. The coulour blue had a lot to do with the Greek myth Narcissus. Then it’s going to transform into red and go from the Alice in Wonderland girl to the empovered beauty girl. It’s done with just light and mirrors.

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