Tagged travel

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Beit Sitti : Amman

One of the many joys of traveling to foreign countries is the confusing and disorienting process of learning the ropes of a new culture and language. (Not one of the joys of foreign countries are taxi drivers, but that’s another story.) Amman is a vibrant, interactive, exhilarating city and yes, fairly modern and liberal when…

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Travel hurdles

‘I am an African’ is one of the most beautiful speeches I have ever heard. Thabo Mbeki’s voice adds a deep lustre to the poetry, and that’s about the only good thing I will ever say about him. I love my home in all it’s natural beauty and manmade vice, because this is my home….

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Medina Cafe, Vancouver

*edited, first published 6 Sep 2013 One of the most delicious breakfasts I can remember. Who is immune to the charms of Lavender Lattes? And a perfectly medium-boiled egg? Oh, and a beautiful, all-Canadian Caesar? Not Katy.   Medina Cafe: 556 Beatty Street (between Pender & Dunsmuir) Crosstown, Vancouver BC V6B 2L3

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Alphabet Soup with Emma

  There are times when aspiring Food Writers have to take normal jobs to help keep the cupboard stocked with organic single estate coffee beans. And when I say ‘normal job’ I really mean the furthest thing from normal, and only normal in the sense that it’s what I do from Monday to Friday. There…

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