Monthly Archives: May 2013

Not The Orient Express

The ad hoc circumstances of one’s arrival in a place colour and sometimes mirror the reality within it. Experience is heightened at such times entering an unknown area particularly if the place is loaded with an active history and you … Continue reading

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The Other Side of the Mirror

A second consecutive night train, six berth couchettes with four empty beds, train stops, platform voices, figures flitting on the threshold. I tell myself to be a little more accepting of what comes this way and end up sleeping in … Continue reading

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Budapest

The Central Cafe in Budapest is a functioning monument built in the 1880s in the fever of construction heralding the Magyar millennium. The air inside is pulled by soft and hard sounds made by mouths full of air or flesh, … Continue reading

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