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Poet’s Pacific paradise: Pablo Neruda’s homes in Chile

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd October 2017

As a new cinema about Pablo Neruda gets a UK release, we call two of the Pacific-facing dwellings where the poet found inspiration: beachside Isla Negra and the crazy port of Valparaso If we march up and down all the stairs of Valparaso well have walked all round “the worlds”. Poet Pablo Neruda was alluding […]

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Poet’s Pacific paradise: Pablo Neruda’s homes in Chile

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th October 2017

As a new film about Pablo Neruda gets a UK release, we call two of the Pacific-facing residences where the poet found inspiration: beachside Isla Negra and the crazy port of Valparaso If we stroll up and down all the stairs of Valparaso well have walked all round “the worlds”. Poet Pablo Neruda was alluding […]

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Misplaced metropolitans# 7: how Nasa technology disclosed the ‘megacity’ of Angkor

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th October 2017

Recent laser sketches have divulged discovers of a enormous metropolitan accommodation, comparable in sizing to Los Angeles, all over the synagogues of Angkor in the Cambodian jungle. The ancient Khmer capital was never lost it just got a bit overgrown Clusters of gargantuan stone yearn cones poke above the dense forest canopy in Cambodia, looks […]

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This island is not for sale: how Eigg crusaded back

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th October 2017

The long read: Small islands “ve always been” objectives of hope for a certain kind of man ambitious to govern his own minuscule commonwealth. But the Republic of Eigg has run its own way ” It’s the difference between black-and-white Tv and emblazon ,” said Brian Greene.” That’s what it was like after the revolution […]

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Misplaced municipalities# 7: how Nasa technology uncovered the ‘megacity’ of Angkor

Published in Odd and Fun on 7th October 2017

Recent laser questionnaires have uncovered traces of a vast urban village, comparable in length to Los Angeles, all over the temples of Angkor in the Cambodian jungle. The ancient Khmer capital was never lost it just got a bit overgrown Clusters of stupendous stone yearn cones poke above the dense forest canopy in Cambodia, looking […]

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Poet’s Pacific paradise: Pablo Neruda’s homes in Chile

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th September 2017

As a new film about Pablo Neruda gets a UK release, we inspect two of the Pacific-facing homes where the poet found inspiration: beachside Isla Negra and the crazy port of Valparaso If we walk up and down all the stairs of Valparaso well have walked all round the world. Poet Pablo Neruda was alluding […]

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This island is not for sale: how Eigg engaged back

Published in Odd and Fun on 29th September 2017

The long read: Small islands have always been objectives of libido for a certain kind of man ambitious to rule his own tiny commonwealth. But the Republic of Eigg has exited its own way ” It’s the difference between black-and-white Tv and colouring ,” said Brian Greene.” That’s what it was like after the revolution […]

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Poet’s Pacific paradise: Pablo Neruda’s homes in Chile

Published in Odd and Fun on 26th September 2017

As a brand-new film about Pablo Neruda gets a UK release, we call two of the Pacific-facing homes where the poet found inspiration: beachside Isla Negra and the crazy port of Valparaso If we tread up and down all the stairs of Valparaso well have walked all round the world. Poet Pablo Neruda was alluding […]

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Lost municipalities# 7: how Nasa technology discovered the ‘megacity’ of Angkor

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd September 2017

Recent laser examinations have divulged draws of a immense metropolitan settlement, comparable in width to Los Angeles, around the synagogues of Angkor in the Cambodian jungle. The ancient Khmer capital was never lost it just got a bit overgrown Clusters of giant stone yearn cones poke above the dense forest canopy in Cambodia, looks a […]

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Poet’s Pacific paradise: Pablo Neruda’s homes in Chile

Published in Odd and Fun on 13th September 2017

As a brand-new cinema about Pablo Neruda gets a UK release, we inspect two of the Pacific-facing dwellings where the poet found inspiration: beachside Isla Negra and the crazy port of Valparaso If we amble up and down all the stairs of Valparaso well have walked all round “the worlds”. Poet Pablo Neruda was alluding […]

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