The Train, the Train – Thoughts Before the Night Train Delhi Jaisalmer

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India. Overwhelming, sense-overloading, colourful, wonderful India. Hits you in the face as soon as you arrive and stays with you forever. This is how I felt before catching the night train to Jaisalmer 3rd class. Remember to book in advance or get a tatkal ticket the morning before.

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On Running Away to India

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In November 2012 I lost my trumpet. Unable to sell myself to the point where I was making enough money to get by, and drowning in a sea of SEO copywriting, I wanted to do something. Naturally, I fled to India with the last of the money I had.

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Social Media Week London 2012

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Social Media Week is interesting because it is for all kinds of people who work online in different industries. It gives people like me, who can usually be found lingering in the travel space, the opportunity to hang out with the non-for-profit crowd and contribute as best I can.

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The institute for Dark Tourism Research | Professor Sharpley Interview

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Ever visited anywhere faintly morbid? A cemetery, a site where genocide has taken place, a battlefield? If so, you might be considered a Dark Tourist by the iDTR, a research project on Dark Tourism that now offers an MA in the subject. I went to interview Professor Richard Sharpley.

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