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Here to another kind of flying, to latitude, to numbers and a link with Morocco again.

I learnt to kitesurf this week end. Kite surfing is also a kind of flying. I am hooked, but only in warm waters. Cannon Rocks is admittedly only 33.75 Latitude but close enough to 34. Interestingly Henry Smith who taught me and … Continue reading

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Flying numbers – 34

An artist is a dreamer, whether with the head in the clouds or deep underground. personally the former rings more true for recent years, the latter was where I started. I was always attracted  to the idea of flying and … Continue reading

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360 – a full circle.

Next week I will be doing a talk at Tedx Casablanca. Tedx events were created in the spirit of TED’s mission, “ideas worth spreading” and is designed to give communities, organizations and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue through TED-like experiences … Continue reading

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An ode to an active proprioceptive travel

After the previous post I ought to write about what I consider real travel and give Marakech it’s glory back.There is more to Marrakech than Kech. I was going to say tourism, but something in me doesnt like that word. Ism at the … Continue reading

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Tourism

  “Walking is a virtue, tourism is a deadly sin.”― Bruce Chatwin These are strong words. After all my wanderlust, I think they are justified. I have  tried not to fall in the cliché for the photograpsh of latitude 34. … Continue reading

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