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“Oh, my poor darlings,” cries the proprietor at Da Nerbone, a butchers’ stand in the heart of the San Lorenzo Market in Florence. “You’ve been waiting for such a very long time.” Blog by Tara Isabella Burton- Travel Writer He shoots me a wink. Da Narbone is one of the

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     – By Anjana Bose – Travel writer The first time I travelled to Kalpa was in 2002 as a part of a project. It was not a leisure trip, but the experience was like no other. The Kinnaur district was, at that time, reeling under the flash floods

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culturepeoplePhotographytravel

Ten days of silence, bar optional evening question sessions with the teacher. “I didn’t speak at all,” Shona tells me. “Day two, I thought I’d have to leave, but it suddenly got easier.” Meera Dattani – Travel Writer Reposted from her blog on trvl.com I’ve just met Shona in a café in the

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cuisinelifestyle

Can you walk past a second-hand book shop without going in? I certainly can’t, and I generally leave with an ancient, well-thumbed cookbook in hand. These days ‘ancient’ means pre-1980’s and I’m drawn to those with lurid, colour plates of weirdly jellied concoctions or domed things with whipped cream, garnishes

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culturepeoplePhotographytravel

Use distractions to your advantage For a travel photographer, it is the expanse of the coastal strip that is one of the key shots to capture in Goa but also often one of the most difficult. Peter Adams Travel Photographer Mention Goa and people think of holidays, relaxation and time

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autolifestylepeople

I think I need to author a procrastinator’s handbook because I add so many reminders to my devices and recall things without the reminders. I am afraid the reminder will go off any minute like it’s a real breathing organism. Just like I was constantly worried I didn’t give my

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