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Silence, Japanese gardens and peacocks.

I love Saturday mornings. Quoting freely from Stephen King, they have an air of unexpressed potential, something close to the first day of the summer school holidays: the working week is just gone and all that unfolds ahead is two … Continue reading

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“Would you stay?” by Michael Forster Rothbart, TED.com

If there’s an aspect I’d like this newborn blog to talk about besides travels themselves, this would be travel literature, or literature at large, as long as it describes a particular place and those who live it. This is definitely … Continue reading

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