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A poetic photo

Stairway Once upon a time it had a purpose. It was built into a plan. Each step led you up to the next, and the next, until you reached your destination in the sky. It was a stairway to a … Continue reading

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Different

Sri Lanka surprised me. I left London without really considering the fact that I was going to an Asian country, a place a cultural world away. I didn’t think about how I might perceive cultural differences or how people there … Continue reading

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A lull

Time and I have been moving along while this blog has lagged behind. There are still tales to tell from my wanderings through Argentina’s northern territories and my final farewell to BsAs, but for now I’m just going to bring … Continue reading

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Slumming it

I’m sitting at a laminated plywood table on a rickety plastic chair. Strip lighting has put everyone slightly off ease, except Damian. Damian is why we are all here, though he’s in fact not here yet. We each order a … Continue reading

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Bread & Puppet

Featured in South America’s first hippy museum (in San Marcos Sierras, Cordoba)… ) – – – RESISTANCE POSTERS (image below) Others included: ** Pull off the modernization suit and tie and let the naked sun shine on you ** ** … Continue reading

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Notes of some quotes

“Mais les vrais voyageurs sont ceux-la qui partent seulement pour partir…” “But the true travellers are those who leave only to leave…” Baudelaire, Le Voyage – – – “El mono ve el pez en el agua y sufre, piensa que su mundo es … Continue reading

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What will god ask?

God will not ask what model of car you used; but rather how many people you gave a lift. God will not ask the square metres of your house; but rather how many people you received. God will not ask … Continue reading

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