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Every year, a uniquely Indonesian occurs around Idul Fitri, the end of Ramadan, which is the cultural equivalent of Christmas or Thanksgiving in the United States. Most people, and certainly almost every Muslim, return home to their parents and extended families.
Whilst frolicking through the hills and gelaterias of Italy, make time for a day trip to Faenza. Faenza is known worldwide for its tradition of ceramic making or faience, dating back to the twelfth century.
Pithy little statements like “sex sells” often perfectly captures the profitability of sex appeal. In 2000, Dutch politicians turned an eye to taxing the sales of sex, and voted to legalise prostitution.
What I expected when I came to Québec City, Canada this week: French gingerbread village vibes; hordes of retirees in orthopedic shoes (for ease of hill-climbing); enough maple products to give a mid-size city diabetes …