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"In America, there are two classes of travel: first class, and with children."

Robert Benchley

 
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Shafik Meghji

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Shafik Meghji is an experienced London-based travel writer, journalist, editor and photographer specialising in Latin America, Asia, Egypt, and the UK. He has tracked tigers in India, ice-trekked in Patagonia, swam with sharks in the Galapagos and dolphins in the Amazon, rafted the source of the Nile, scuba-dived in the Red Sea, bungy-jumped in the Himalayas, hiked around Lake Titicaca, and explored cities as diverse a La Paz and...
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The first really big breaking wave is quite beautiful, awesome. I see
what I think to be a white cloud coming into view at the windscreen.
It's the breaking crest of the wave, and just underneath it is enough
translucence in the water to see a spectacular deep blue, the kind of
intense and vivid colour you see in a glacier. Terrifying power and
breath-taking beauty all in one.

Clive Tully, Confronting Poseidion (2002)

 

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