Monthly Archives: September 2009

Literary tourism – a visit to Laurie Lee country

If you love Spain, as I do, read “As I Walked Out One Mid-Summer Morning,” by English poet and author Laurie Lee. His prose captures better than any other English language writer I’ve read the sensory impact of Spain: the … Continue reading

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Fresh fish. It’s not easy.

When you move to a new city, it’s always a scramble to find a new set of critical service providers: dentist, hair salon, and fish monger.  Your list may be a little different from mine, but these are things that … Continue reading

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