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A Proustian Adventure, a Turkish Delight

“She knew, though Edmund did not, that this was enchanted Turkish Delight and that anyone who tasted it would want more and more of it….”  —The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis I have often heard my … Continue reading

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Cork, Ireland, here I come!

Cork County’s “Rebel County” moniker dates as far back as the 15th century, to the War of the Roses. More recently, however, Ireland’s second city has emerged as one of the top destination spots for tourists since it was named … Continue reading

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