I consider myself as a modern day ‘nomad’, where I lay my head is home. As a modern-day economic migrant, a UK national who has worked and lived in the Middle East, Europe and the Far East for over 11 years.
Where do we call our home? As the saying goes ‘where I lay my head is home’. This is true for us. Our experiences have forced us to challenge this backward notion of national identity and a sense of belonging to a particular part of the world and calling it my own.
I say the world is ours and let’s work on it, to live together.
So why the name ‘wasapnin’? Well, to cut a long story short I grew up in the East End of London and the people there have a habit of eating words. So ‘What is happening’ very easily becomes ‘wasapnin’. Hence the name.
So what is this blog about, I hear you ask. It’s simply sharing my experiences and thoughts in my part of the world, where ever that may be. It’s also about politics, photography, travel, New World Order or anything else that I feel like talking about.