Malta

July 21, 2016 § Leave a comment

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Valletta; view from the Grand Harbour

From bathing in the same waters as Odysseus; dining on sumptuous seafood by the Grand Harbour; to learning about Malta’s role in the second world war, my five day journey to Malta was absolute bliss. Hopefully in the upcoming posts I’ll be able to convey the delights of this beautiful archipelago in the Mediterranean, share some travel advice, and pass on the knowledge that I acquired.

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And life everafter

July 7, 2016 § Leave a comment

Pendant with a monk and deathI’ve now been subscribing to The Economist for the last six months and each week I find myself looking forward to the new issue. But of the all columns and articles they print there’s one in particular that I await eagerly: the obituary. Written incisively and with wit it’s a joy to read about the lives lived. But my interest and fascination extends beyond good writing; to reasons that many of you may understand. « Read the rest of this entry »

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