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“Foreigners just have the most wonderful smell. Did you know? All of us here have noticed it. Every time I get a foreign customer, I notice. I don’t know how to describe it, but it’s different than the smell of Chinese people. I really like it.”
You leave the house with
your face half unveiled,
black kohl lining the loath of
your hazel eyes
staring straight into the
It all started about a month ago, when my husband and I moved to Budapest. In one of my klutzier moments I dropped my phone in the elevator. The Blackberry broke open, one part went into the elevator, the other fell onto the floor, and the phone battery fell through the cracks.
Copenhagen is not only one of the most family-friendly cities in the world; it is also amongst the most female-friendly. This is mainly because it is a generally safe city for everyone, regardless of gender, but also because of its strong feminist traditions. Women here walk home alone-and always have done so
I’ve been enamored with Vespas ever since seeing Audrey Hepburn hop on the back of Gregory Peck’s for a ride through the streets in Roman Holiday. That carefree Vespa jaunt through Rome seems to encompass all the freedom and adventure that Hepburn’s character is seeking. Toward the end of my six months in Nice, I decided to experience if for myself