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- Articles | The People You Meet
Anyone who's spent more than five minutes in a backpacker hostel knows how repetitive the conversation can be. For the most part, these are places where people from all over the world stop in for a few days of cheap lodging, not so cheap beer and travel advice on their destinations of choice. The unfortunate side effect of this is that relationships in such an environment tend to be short and superficial.
- Fiction | Tree Goats
On the bus from Tetuan to Chechauen, a small village at the base of the Rif Mountains, you can look out your window and see Tree Goats.
- Journalesque | An angry mob
But by the time I got to the coffee shop in the Memorial Tower Building it seemed as though the event was more on people's minds than I had originally anticipated. Even cups and saucers were thought to be too dangerous to circulate amidst the possibility of outright violence.
- Journalesque | Pointillism
People had been telling me since my first visit to the city four years ago to avoid the area. 'Well there's Point, by the docks,' one person had said at the time. 'The Nigerians control that place, so you don't want to go over there'... But I figured if I was going to learn anything real about the city in which I was living, I had to get beyond its downtown.
- Articles | The future, as I see it
Many see Africa as hopelessly underdeveloped, but perhaps we ought to consider it as the ideal blank canvas