Written in a highly unusual narrative style, it pops between "he said" and "she said" with the authors each penning part of every chapter as they traverse a dozen countries.
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By the time we finally tucked in on Christmas night, we truly had enjoyed the best possible amalgam of two worlds, Western and Eastern, to celebrate our respective traditions with great warmth, sharing and fond memories.
On March 11, 2011, I was booked on a direct flight from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Narita International Airport halfway across the world in Japan.
I accept that things have not turned out the way my younger self anticipated and delight in the greatest reward of those unmatched expectations: Travel.
After donating part of his liver to his (now ex-) boyfriend, breaking up and feeling lost, David Jedeikin wrote about it all in his book, Wander the Rainbow.
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