A little slice of Buenos Aires cultural life in a moment of reflection, fleeing the relentless rain.
“She’d take it off and put it back on, flick it, spin it on the kitchen table. Thought of melting it in the oven, throwing it out the window, letting it slip through the open drain in the bathroom.”
Mark Twain once visited Mauritius and reflected on his interactions with the locals and the island’s non-intimidating beauty, a quality that remains today. For those tentatively flirting with adventure, the small friendly island off the eastern coast of Africa may just be the perfect spot.
A city of alcoholic sippy cups and doll houses, ruled by a scary doll, Hemingway and hurricanes.
Everything you wanted to know about the Queen of England, the world’s oldest historical people, and politicians’ candy drawers but were afraid to ask.
27 calls, a week or a day too late to be heard.