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THE AFRICA OF JOHN READER: Dense shadows equatorial noise of chains and roar of water

Imagine a thousand-year history, wrapped in bright flashes of civilization, but also the brutality of so many gray areas. Imagine flipping through hundreds of pages of a book, a writer can create for you real-world scenarios, throbbing stages of the protagonists of the wonderful civilization. Imagine, between those words and those words, to observe and understand the meaning of “chains” …

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IN AUTUMN, IN PARADISE UNUSUAL: Around the Monte Conero, Italy, between secular parks, in the season of grapes and wine

Yes, it is within the territory of Ancona in the Marche which I invite you to travel with me in the month of November, but not only to taste the wine “Rosso Conero”, but also to visit beautiful places, those that you’ll never forget. Give me your hand, and come along this stretch of the Adriatic coast, to find a …

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UNITED COLORS OF OTHERNESS: In the yard or next to Robin, I do not have anything that is not even your

When I act on you, and you act on me, you are me and I am you, too. The word “ware” which means “I” in the Japanese language is used many times in the sense of “Nanji,” which means “you.” Thus, the concept of community, group, is always considered superior to the concept of the individual. (Yujiro Nakamura) If I …

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THE OTHERNESS: Reflection of water and fusion early in the other, in complete and total depth

In the relationship with the “You”, I find my “I”. “I” I become through my relationship with the “You”; when I become “I”, I say “You”. Every true living is meeting. (M. Buber) “I” exist, to the extent that there is a “you”; to the limit, there is love. The early experience of the person, is the experience of the …

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PALERMO, A MICROCOSM ROWDY AND FASCINATING: To savor the smell of the time, the district Vucciria Ballarò

Good morning, let us embrace. Yes, I’m in shape, your eyes are curious, and I’m dying from the desire to talk to you about our – possible – new destination: Italian island of Sicily, Palermo. I would like you to see the cathedral of that city, architectural splendor illuminating the square, from the year 1184. Not far away, I would like …

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SEEFELD, AUSTRIA. FOR LETTING GO BEYOND THE FUND: 200 km of slopes in the woods, to go carefully, waiting for your squirrel

Two things I remember from the Alpine resort: Seekirchl (baroque church), and the beauty farm of the hotel Haymon. I’d be happy to be with you, the next month of November, in the central square of Seefeld, and do not deny that – over inostri travel books – I would like to draw the Baroque frescoes of a lovely home. …

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HALF FARMER, HALF SAILOR: Come with me in Argentario, to savor what’s left of summer, and smell the autumn

A promontory in Central Italy bordering the Maremma. A shrill and precious name, “Argentario”. http://www.turismo.intoscana.it/en/ . A route suspended between forests and medieval castles. I have tried three different ways, to tell you the same thing: come with me, to Feniglia and Capalbio, possibly the first weekend of the month, because I want to take you to Orbetello to see …

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GIVE ME UNFOLDING YOURSELF: Along with Lucebert, floating in a dark dream in the sun, a nod in the clouds

That man, in the Netherlands, he thought that the world was his home, but he was deeply convinced that all things of value were defenseless. He, the pessimist in his country was a poet, as well as an innovator of visual arts. Lubertus Jacobus Swaanswijk (in art, Lucebert), was born in Amsterdam in the late summer of 1924, and entered …

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A FRESCO SPECIAL, BUILT WITH WORDS: The slow breath of nature, the wind and the dew, traveling by motorbike with TE Lawrence

Enlisted in 1914 in the Cartography Department of the General Staff of the British Army in Egypt, he was assigned to the Intelligence and military policy in that area. He loved the wind, what he had heard in his face going in camel and a motorbike. At the back of a camel, he breathed the wind of Arabia, on his …

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THE WHITE BAKER: With Hans Lodeizen, looking through the glass, his dream

I HAVE TAKEN THE DECISION By Hans Lodeizen “I have made ​​the decision most important ever made ​​by man: to throw a stone through the glass of my dreams. The baker is white on his door, footsteps. A small girl go to the grocery store.”

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