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Georgia: architecture, wine and murderous dictators

"We stood with mouths agape. Alas, no light was to be shed on the very odd spectacle to which we had just borne witness."

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Feeling all hyggeIigt in Copenhagen

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"I was spoken to more during my first moments in Copenhagen than in my first week in Leipzig. Be helpful to a stranger, period. Be kind to the person sitting across from you in public transit, period. It’s not a difficult behavior to participate in, I promise."

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Cows, Schnapps and Lederhosen

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"As a second generation Canadian, returning to the country of my grandfather is filled with meaning and realization. At some point I plan on visiting the Bavarian town of Kulmbach, where he originates from, but I never expected Bavaria to visit me first."

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With sulfur miners in the Indonesian jungle

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"The more I read about it, the clearer it became to me that this has got to be one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. My curiosity forced me to take a trip to Ijen, to document their work with my camera. This experience changed my life."

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United Nations of Chungking Mansions

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"Today, the Hong Kong building's inhabitants and visitors vary from budget travelers to tourists; businessmen to traders; sex workers to drug dealers; asylum seekers to economic migrants; charity workers to ordinary punters."

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Hitchhiking from Leipzig to Copenhagen

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"Five Catholic Poles all ride to Switzerland for a Jesus meet. One Berliner going where I was coming from. He does this all the time, says that’s all it is: just a matter of time."

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