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Syracuse: Fact or Fiction, by James Potter

October 30, 2012

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SYRACUSE : Fact or fiction? “You must see the Greek Theatre and all of the archaelogical area. And, of course, there is the Duomo in its beautiful piazza”. Claudio, our hotel receptionist, was telling us in perfect English what to see and do in Syracuse, an ancient town in the south-east corner of Sicily. “But […]

A Parisian Cafe Crawl, by James Potter

October 9, 2012

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A Parisian Cafe Crawl by James Potter It was ten o’clock on a glorious spring Paris morning and I was sitting in Cafe de Flore, one of the city’s famous left bank cafes. I had taken the table next to the one preferred by Pablo Picasso. It did not seem right to take his table […]

Cambodia and the Gentle Art of Begging, by James Potter

October 9, 2012

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Cambodia and the Gentle Art of Begging, by James Potter “It’s just not fair!” Chhean, a young Cambodian woman who minutes before had been all smiles and patience, was becoming more strident in her demands. “Your friend is spending money at the next shop. Why can’t you buy something from me?” It was the age-old […]

Southern Tasmania: Highlights, by Peter Mitchell

October 6, 2012

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Southern Tasmania: Highlights by Peter Mitchell The wind was cold, but the sea was a deep blue as we headed into cave formations in the rocks. Our guide gave us a detailed explanation about the rock formations. However, most on board seemed more taken with the thrills of being on a fast boat picking its […]

No Friends for Teachers Online, by Peter Mitchell

October 6, 2012

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NO FRIENDS FOR TEACHERS ONLINE by Peter Mitchell Should teachers be able to use social networking sites like Facebook to be in touch with students? Education authorities around Australia are moving to stop teachers doing so.  Some teachers have just discovered how useful such sites are. They will now probably have to do without them. […]

Who Will Make Your Car in 2025? Number 1: Rio, by Peter Mitchell

October 1, 2012

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This series will examine the rise of the BRICS nations and their motor vehicle manufacturing industries #1: We Go to Rio The Brazilian car market has been humming along nicely in recent years and is now in 4thplace in the world.  That’s right, they sell more motor vehicles in Brazil than they do in the […]

toogoodtopublish: articles from writers you will want to follow

September 25, 2012

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Welcome to toogoodtopublish! This is a site where we highlight previously unpublished articles.  These articles are worth reading and recommending, and we would love you to do so.