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A Cuban American in Cuba

I sincerely thought I would cry when I landed in Jose Marti airport with the immediate waft of cigar smoke hitting my nose the second I got off the plane. Smoke that smelled like every old Cuban’s house I had ever been to. I never thought I…

My Sochi Night

Tom and Sally, my friends who live in London and love to travel, invited me and my boyfriend Eddie to join them and a group they had assembled for a trip to the Soviet Union — long before it became popular or easy to do. In fact, the rules…

The Secret Science of Airports

Technologies are embedded in every aspect of airport life. I got to see some of them up closeBy Laurie WinklessI fly out of New Zealand’s Wellington Airport pretty regularly, but last week, the airport itself was my destination. I’d been…

Spiritual Travelling

we all have baggage!There are two kinds of spiritual travelling so I shall define them both and then tell you which one I am interested in, which I am not, and why.The two kinds of spiritual travelling are similar in many ways to…

Reflections On A Visit To Belgium

In April, I visited Belgium for a weekend, flying from Manchester to Charleroi. Once I had landed, I caught the shuttle bus to Brussels and then walked to my hostel not too far from the central railway station.I had come to Belgium with the…

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