Monthly Archives: July 2016

Piece by Piece: A Caregiver’s Story

I’m sitting at the cocktail bar at Bridges in Ubud together with my wife, Jette and our Bali-based friend, Susan. The rain is coming down angrily at 90 degree angles, but this tropical downpour cannot diminish the stunning location and ambience. Perched, almost suspended in our own luscious rain forest, drinks served, our conservation dwells on […]
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Nyoman Suparsa, Repairing Body And Souls In Ubud

For months now my immune system has been on walkabout, sores and strained muscles that won’t heal, even lifting a glass of chilled Sancerre has been a struggle. And as men of my generation tend to do, stupidly ignore the signs until its almost too late. However, a tip from a dear friend living in […]
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Copenhagen’s Harbor, Full Circle

It has been along time coming. The jinxed Inner Harbor Bridge opened a couple of weeks ago in Copenhagen, not so much to a stirring fanfare more of a deep sigh of relief. The Inner Harbor Bridge, now connects central Copenhagen to Amager for pedestrians and cyclists and though the 3 year delay has been […]
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