Architectural Design – Hall and Office Building

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Architectural Design – Hall and Office Building - Block Plan

Architectural Design – Hall and Office Building - Architectural Elevations 1

Architectural Design – Hall and Office Building – Architectural Elevations 1

Architectural Design – Hall and Office Building - Elevations 2

Architectural Design – Hall and Office Building – Elevations 2

Architectural Design – Hall and Office Building - Architectural Detail Section

Architectural Design – Hall and Office Building – Architectural Detail Section

Architectural Design – Hall and Office Building

Architectural Design – Hall and Office Building Sections

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Architectural Design of an Architects House

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The Architectural Design of the project – Architects House in Bulgariawhich is situated on a lake. The creative and innovative Architectural Design takes into account the difference in seasons together with benefiting fully from the wonderful view of the site

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Architectural Model and Rendering – Google 3d Sketchup

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Architectural Model and Rendering – Google 3d Sketchup

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Architectural Model and Rendering – Google 3d Sketchup

Architectural Design

Architectural Model and Rendering – Google 3d Sketchup

 

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Traveller’s Experience in Panama City, Panama

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Traveller’s Experience in Panama City, Panama  – Golden Eagle

¨Goalllllll¨ screamed the commentator enthusiastically asEl Salvador scored a penalty againstPanama. I sat relaxed with everybody in the bar in low spirits as they watched their country being beaten by their adversaries. We levelled on the 85th minute and eventually won on penalties, after which I sat at the bar drinking beer as I knew the bar tender. Two guys in their mid twenties sat to my left flirting with my friend, one was wearing a cap and having an intense Latino look on his face while his coloured friend was massive, cocky and very confident. Both were quite drunk celebrating the victory and it wasn’t after too long that they started a conversation with me by offering me a beer and asking if I spoke ´Espagnol´. This kind of situation normally happens when I visit places which are frequented by locals that are not subjected to seeing too many tourists. I intentionally visit these places to deviate from the main touristic routes by getting to know local people and thus experiencing deeper the culture and customs. Many times you’ll be surprised with how an evening can turn out.

Melvin turned out to be the chap with the cap. He invited me to a club called ´La Major´ in ´Zona Roca´

“that’s the most dangerous part in the city” I said, thinking of declining the invitation as I care for my well-being while trying to figure a way of returning back home in the middle of the night.

“No worries, my friend Eric knows everyone in the place, we live there and will take care of you and drive you back home – nobody is gonna touch you when you’re with us” reassured me Melvin more than semi drunk.

Many thoughts rushed in my mind, ´should I trust these guys which belonged to the most dangerous part of the city just after a while of getting to know them?´, was my main concern.  But I looked him in the eyes and my gut told me to go for it.

The car ride to Zona Roca felt like a horse ride. Eric turned out to be a drunk amateur driver. This wasn’t the first time I experienced drink-driving which I certainly do not recommend. Apart from having to restart the engine several times, the worst part was the horse riding experience when Eric shifted the gears, not to mention parking which took forever to reverse and hit the curb, forward, back again and forward until he decided it was good enough.

The dark and dirty club initially looked kind of normal, until one realises that many women were wearing biking and incredibly short and tight shorts. Coming fromEngland, I am accustomed to short and tight dresses but these girls where almost naked. Eric walked first saluting some of them and started talking to one of the girls whose shorts where so tight I could make out the form of her sexual part. He started pointing at me with the intention of setting me up with her. At this point it clicked in my mind that these girls where more than likely prostitutes, which I confirmed with Eric in the bathroom while taking a rest from all the beer we had downed. Back in the bar I got more beers and tried to chill as I was feeling quite uncomfortable in an environment that felt so rough. I was the only foreigner in the club and Melvin kept repeating,

“Look at how they’re looking at you”

“But they’re prostitutes”

“So? I’m a married man with kids but at home everything is easy”

“Listen to me mate, I appreciate all this a lot but I wouldn’t like to go with a prostitute” I emphasised.

Behind me a prostitute kicked a guy in the shin after getting to grabby leading to collide quite violently with me. I moved out of the way avoiding further trouble and Melvin kicked in pushed the guy away shouting. Eric calmed the situation, dragged outrageous Melvin away and we left to the bar next door.

Paid the entrance, got checked for weapons by the security and was inside. This place felt more relaxed and much less violent even though it was just next door. The crowd was mainly men with the occasional lady sitting with a group or walking about until I noticed the naked stripper with the pole. And thus it was another prostitute haven, much cleaner and a higher class than the first location. Seated, we ordered a 3-litre tube with a tap and three cups and sat there enjoying the view while Eric made moves on some of the working girls, trying to hook me up with some. At this point we where pretty smashed. The conversation that I would not like to get ivolved with a prostitute took place so many times that I lost count. Melvin stood up and started making fun of a gay-guy which I thought was quite disrespectful so I stood up, introduced myself and explained that we where quite drunk and asked them to leave.

Driving back to my place was even worse than the first drive. If I had some money left in my pocket I would have certainly got a taxi. We got lost and ended up on a dirt way and Melvin pissed on the central strip close to the shopping mall. A driving by police car suspected fishy things and started driving behind us, slowly and then make an attempt at surpassing, driving again slowly and repeating this nerve racking procedure. This was the best part that Eric drove, slowly and calmly until the police gave up and accelerated ahead. We were close to hitting sidewalks and roundabouts several times but somehow I made it how in one piece, safe and sound although very drunk.

On my bed, the room was spinning faster than the ceiling fan when I closed my eyes, so I decided to keep my eyes open and I wondered how sometimes one ends up in adventures of all sorts. I probably should have declined the Zona Roca offer but in a way one would be missing out if these things never happened during my backpacking travels. My alternative is hanging out with people from the hostel which is more conservative, but my take on it is that if I wanted to meet Canadians or Isrealities I should have gone toCanadaor Isreal and notCentral America.

Thus, I encourage my fellow travellers to get off the beaten track which is too commercial and touristic, and experience the real country, culture and customs. Verily the beaten track is much safer and much more comfortable as it is designed in a way to suite the background of a tourist but one would certainly lack a main point of travelling. Because a place is not just the buildings, historic sites and natural environment but most importantly it is the people who make a place. Thus being in a location without getting to know the locals would be leaving out the main contributor to your experience of the location.

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