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Going underground and overland in Vietnam

Dodging motorbikes in Ho Chi Minh City, cycling through monsoon rains in Hue and eating crickets in Mai Chau may not sound like a typical holiday – but who wants that? 1,535 more words

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How Mexico City's bars have an intoxicating effect on a visitor's discrimination

You arrive by taxi at the address disclosed to you in the email: a nondescript torta restaurant on an inconspicuous corner in Colonia Juárez. Inside the empty eatery, a server sweeps idly and doesn’t raise her head when you enter – nothing about this place suggests a hidden bar. 872 more words

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Collective memory: A writer reflects on the death and life of the Kibbutz

By Alison Pick

Strangers With the Same Dream
By Alison Pick
Knopf Canada
384 pp; $32.95

A historical novelist is always on the hunt for the best time and place to set a book. 1,043 more words

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FROM ‘SPARRING’ WITH A LEGENDARY BOXER TO SADDLING UP FOR THE TOUR DE FRANCE: DUBAI EXPERTS REVEAL THE DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES SET TO REVOLUTIONISE HOW WE TRAIN

How would you fair going toe-to-toe with a boxing legend or a MMA superstar? Well, according to Dubai’s leading fitness gurus, you’ll soon be able to find out – without risking a black eye or two! 760 more words

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The Trip: Wilmington

We’re just about to start a new month which is crazy how quick it went but before I let you get into the next one let me finish up the month with another new round of  236 more words

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Review: 'The Trip to Spain'

As I watched The Trip to Spain this morning, the terrorist attacks upon Spain were still fresh in mind. Not to be blithe about it, but we all process tragedy in our own individual ways, and for me, watching this very funny comedy offered a bit of a respite from the many horrors of the past day. 439 more words

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The Trip by Rohit Bandri

Published: September 5th 2016 by The Write Place

Read Date: August 17th 2017

Stars: 4/5

The Trip is Travel Fiction and Debut novel by Rohit Bandri. 767 more words

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