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UK Home Office Bans Terry Jones and “Extremism in all its forms” Interesting

UK Home Office Bans Terry Jones and “Extremism in all its forms”

Terry Jones, the pastor of a less-than-50-member religious outreach center in Gainesville, Florida, made daily headlines last year when his suggestion of holding an “International Burn a Koran Day” incited international controversy and outrage. He’s since left the media spotlight, but now returns after the UK Home Office issued a statement on Wednesday banning him from entering the country after he accepted a request to speak at a rally for the right-wing group England is Ours.

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Weeks of whitewater in the Indian Himalaya [PICs] Miscellaneous

Weeks of whitewater in the Indian Himalaya [PICs]

Matador Ambassador Henry Munter paddles a few of the remote rivers of northern India before moving downstream to the headwaters of the Ganges.THIS OCTOBER, I headed over to the subcontinent to catch up with my wife, Kelly, and her kayaking partner, Lisa, for a month of paddling in Northern India.Although I missed out on the high alpine river valleys of the Ladakh region, where Kelly and Lisa had spent the previous month, we were able to paddle Himachal Pradesh and Uttarkhand while basing out of Manali and Rishikesh.

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Would you eat a goat fetus? Interesting

Would you eat a goat fetus?

A delicacy in India and a taboo most everywhere else, goat fetus is described as creamy and liver like…hmmmm.IT IS CALLED KUTTI PI, and it is made of unborn goat, among other yummy ingredients. It is taboo even in India, the country of its culinary causation. Kutti pi (pronounced “cootie pie,” as in the germs that pig-tailed girls on the playground have) has its origins in the Anglo-Indian community, where it may be at once considered a delicacy and vehemently abhorred.

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Notes on getting lost in the Lowells Miscellaneous

Notes on getting lost in the Lowells

Tim Patterson gets lost for the last time in Vermont’s Lowell Mountains.AHAB GOT MORE THAN he bargained for. Up from Boston for the weekend, expecting nothing more than a mild hike, he ended up slogging through wild blackberries, stepping in fresh moose shit, and nervously bypassing NO TRESPASSING signs that had been posted by a certain Col.

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How to use a submission log to publish more of your travel writing Miscellaneous

How to use a submission log to publish more of your travel writing

Submission logs can be very quick and simple, and you’ll find that using them encourages you to keep sending out more stories.AS AN EDITOR, I get bummed sometimes when I respond to a writer who has submitted good work (but maybe just not quite what we’re looking for), and then I never hear from them again.

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Introducing a new series: Ask a pilot Interesting

Introducing a new series: Ask a pilot

Feature Photo: Muffet Photos: Lance MeadeIntroducing a new series at Matador Abroad: Ask A Pilot.FLYING IS AN unavoidable part of traveling abroad, unless you’ve got the time, money and gusto to ply the oceans via cargo ship. For most people, it’s the equis, unspoken part of the journey. It’s the part that’s not written about; the alternately nerve-wrecking and crushingly boring transition zone of a journey that tends to quiet one into a contemplative, reflective state about the place and people left behind and the place and people ahead.

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