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How Getting Lost on a Hike Got Me On the Right Track

50-40 is a vast mountain in a meandering trail of neighbouring hiking mountains, along the Highway 4 "Pass," that leads to the West Coast of Vancouver Island from Port Alberni. My friends and I had never attempted this hike, so we knew we had to make the attempt. Our excitement grew as the day approached, and we were engulfed with…
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In the Land of the Maya Part 1: Queen of the Jungle

‘Dude,’ whispers Anna. ‘There’s someone staring at the back of your head.’ I look askance at my oldest friend. Usually, it’s Anna people stare at. Most people are often can’t figure out where she’s from. With her short cropped hair she’s often mistaken for a boy. Once I managed to smuggle her into Warwick Castle on a child ticket –and no…
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Living in a foreign country

Living in a foreign country can enable one, if they're not careful, to become very solitary. It's easy to withdraw into oneself when the primary language spoken is not one's own, is incomprehensible, and sounds like nothing more than Charlie Brown's teacher-- "Wah wah wah wah wah." Dear Friend and Friend and Friend and..., Living in a foreign country has been wonderful, but there are…
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“"In these fantastical stories, in which we meet labyrinth-dwellers, assassins, regular folks, and a Messenger from God, Subodhana Wijeyeratne has achieved a stirring collection that entertains and asks questions. The author's cinematic descriptions and dynamic plots won't let you put Tales from the Stone Lotus down."
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Maria PintoThe Missing Slate' Author of the Month

“I enjoyed this book. I am going to find the sequel. A hectic and involving story which kept reminding me of a film, not the story but the style. It was also a good long read. I want to be in the world for a good chunk of time.”

Richard GatesAshra - by Jon Lang

“Big fan of his work having read and reviewed his previous books. I am a believer that retirement is dead and we gotta live for now and plan for every day we are alive”

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