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Free Solo Climbing the Flatirons

   Today is the 23rd of June, 2014. Today is the day I almost died.     Until recently, the world of free-solo climbing was a world totally unknown to me. It was a world shrouded in mystery. ...
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One Sound Made all the Difference

      It isn't often that I recall the detailed sounds of a place, even the smallest ‘clink’, as if it were from a song I have played a thousand times.   Yet the song of that hostel, I recall ...
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Scotland’s New Cuisine

  To someone who was lucky enough to be raised in a French capital of gastronomy by a Japanese mum with lots of culinary talent and imagination, something called Scottish cuisine would sound at ...

Salamanca: The City of Gold

  Salamanca is a brief two hour bus-ride from the city of Madrid. The city known as “Golden City” (because of the way it looks when the sun hits it) has much to offer in the way of scenery, ...
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Goldegg, Austria

  Like a perfect soft-boiled egg---marigold orange--nestled in a hand carved wooden egg cup, Goldegg, the village, is tucked into a crease of the Austrian Alps, just south of Salzburg.  You ...
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India: Cycling in a Land of Extremes

  We were cycling through a village in rural Rajasthan, India, waving and saying “Hello” to the children who lined the road to greet us when a middle-aged man came out of his house and asked us to ...

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