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Senses reel. Ears assaulted by amplified, sing-song advertising. Eyes dazzled by neon signs, primary colour advertising, walking stick handles in sparkling crystals supporting bowed over ancients. Incense, jasmine and even cleanliness, the smell of Tokyo. Have to love the spectacle 'cleaning bath' outside the optometrist! Extra special after Juba dust. Our Japanese secret weapon, Chiba, was waiting when we came through customs at

Charcoal and Acrylic on Paper 14cmx10cm Helen and Peter suggested we meet them in Napier, about an hour's drive for each of us, at Pascal's in Napier. While the large black cat (Pascal) that is prominent on the blue walls, as well as the signboard, make Pascal's easily identifiable. There is a sort of bewitching cabaret mystery of its origins that spins from the

22nd March 13 Jog time and there was even another headlamp jogger out! I felt as though I had a dozen disconnected parts. My calf was cramping, my head doing its boiled thermometer bit, my lungs the wounded buffalo impersonation and it felt like with each step I was trying to shatter the ground. Glad I was only on the short route!! Drivers pulled from

St. George Gallery Addis With no shuttle bus around, I opted for one of the ancient, matchbox sized yellow (those in the city are blue) airport taxis. The door sort of closed, and as long as there was a strong smell of petrol, the engine worked. With the driver chatting on his cell phone, it want long before the car went in a different