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The Beast

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 The Beast Mont Ventoux; for the world's finest cyclists its name is legend, “The Beast of Provence”, a will-sapping, heart-breaking, soul-destroying stage of the...

Penh Folds – The Four Wines of Destiny

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Penh Folds - The Four Wines of Destiny “The Ox is slow but the Earth is Patient” Confucius The recent Spring Festival and Lunar New...

Ostra e Vino – Old Vines, New Seas

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  Ostra e Vino - Old Vines, New Seas The Evening: Ostensibly a ‘new dishes’ try-out, at Tim Squires’ epicenter of all things seafood in Phnom...

Stones of Gold

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  Stones of Gold Situated near Lyon, at the southern, warmer end of Beaujolais, is a little village called Charnay. On the northwest edge of the...
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Rueda, Verdejo

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Rueda Verdejo Herederos del Marqués de Riscal was founded by Don Guillermo Hurtado de Amézaga in 1858, in Rioja, Spain. Don Francisco Javier Hurtado de Amézaga,...

Who’s Laughing Now?

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Who's Laughing Now? Since 1912 the Osborn family have tended vineyards in McLaren Vale, South Australia. Today, fourth generation family member, Chester Osborn is making...
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The Chinese Lantern Under a Bushel

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The Chinese Lantern Under a Bushel   “It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness” Chinese Proverb   The Tower The Vattanac Capital Tower rises over Phnom...

To Summit

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  Catalina Sounds celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to conquer Everest, a Catalina navigator in the...

The Gruen Transfer

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  On The Table - Tokyo Café AEON Mall II – Sen Sok City, Phnom Penh I’ve never been big on Mall restaurants, eateries or bars, the...

Faces to the Rain

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FACES TO THE RAIN Where are the poets in a world gone mad, The sonnets, stanzas and quatrains? Words are sharpest from the edge, Where is the caesura...