Monthly Archives: April 2012

Memories of Morocco

a very characteristic scene  

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The Beaches of Bora Bora

┬áLast year we visited the French Polynesia to celebrate my birthday. We flew from Europe to Los Angeles, where we stopped for three-four days both on our way to Tahiti and back. That was a very wise move, we later … Continue reading

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Hanging out in Hanoi

Vietnam could be said to be the most capitalist communist country where local inhabitants come up with clever business ideas to earn their monthly income. They load their mopeds with impossibly huge stacks of merchandise or walk around selling what … Continue reading

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Hakan Nesser: Hour of the Wolf

It all started on a dark rainy night as he was driving home after an evening out with his buddies. The road was slippery, visibility almost non-existent, and the level of alcohol in his blood certainly did not help his … Continue reading

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Spring wisterias

At the end of the month-beginning of May, the fragrant wisterias will be in full bloom again in Florence. Scent and sight full of spring delight. I can’t wait!

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St. Petersburg

Last summer we went to St. Petersburg for a short visit of five days. We took the train from Helsinki, a very convenient and comfortable way to travel to this Russian city that you reach in about three hours. We … Continue reading

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Louise Millar The Playdate

When Callie Roberts, a successful sound designer and a mother of a little girl, wants to pick up her career from where she left it off to have a child, she has to ask her best friend and neighbor, Suzy, … Continue reading

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