I dread the return… The way an average person finds comfort and safety in the mediocre routines of life, the simple expectations of everyday, I dread the return to it. That there will be hot water when you turn the tap on, light with the flick of a switch, the bus rumbling to your stop, […]

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It’s like waking from a dream. To have your travel eyes open. The picture is so large, the essence of self disperses into the differences around you. All things become tolerable. There is no ‘one right way’. Each culture, each movement, each moment becomes a series of events so pure, so interwoven that it becomes […]

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My first morning in China, and I wake at 5.30am to a bright cloudy sky. It’s like an eternal halo across the sky. I sneak out of the dorm and head right. I have a good feeling for right. The dark grey and reds of the single story ancient hutong, the communal housing around courtyards, […]

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Do you ever feel like you are not getting enough out of people? Feel that your manipulative skills could do with a polish? That your ability to inspire trust and then betray to get your fill is lacking? Basically, do you know that money does buy happiness as long as someone else funds it? But […]

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